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In this short video, you can see how quickly Maia motors toward her food when she knows it is snack time. You can count on Maia not to waste a moment getting to her treats of hay and produce.
So did Maia have an UGLY history of being denied enough food when she was either in a circus or in a zoo?
She never had any problems that we’re aware of. She has always loved food, even from her days before sanctuary. Maia is one of the few elephants that arrived here at a good weight.
What a clever girl Maia now’s where to find her snack 👍 Good girl Maia ❤️🥰🐘🥰❤️💖😘
Oh Maia, I know exactly how you feel.
She will soon need a tummy tuck, bless her! 🤭
Love Susan’s comment! Hilarious!!!
So cute Maia. Happy to see you’re still a spry gal! love you 😍
That is called……walking with purpose. Love this girl. She is truly beautiful, and looks so healthy. Great Video! Thank you.
Maia is the longest resident now in Sanctuary. And she is so healthy looking! Love her confident, leisurely walk to her food ..:-))) I really like how the girls stay 24/7 in a field. It is so natural for them! This is how it is for them in a wild. And all those ZOOs they have only tiny space in front of some barn or structure which is dismal. Always reading and watching your posts with great pleasure here. Thank you!
Dear Sweet Maia, you do leave no leaf unturned! Congrats! I know you must make a game out of this, and always win! You must have “killer” eyesight to find your treats. Way to go!
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