The woman behind the Twitter account of Southern California’s favorite, meatball-eating bear is raising money in an effort to keep him in California.
A Colorado wildlife refuge that hopes to house a California black bear known as Meatball has filed a lawsuit to try and overturn a regulation that prohibits wild animals from being kept at sanctuaries.
Officials say that a bear they captured in La Canada Flintridge a few weeks ago is no longer going to be transferred to a wildlife sanctuary in Colorado.
The Southern California animal sanctuary that’s the temporary home of the bear known as ‘Meatball” and “Glen Bearian” is making a last-minute effort to keep him in the Golden State.
“Glen Bearian,” the bear who’s been known to break into the homes and trash cans of Foothill residents, has been captured and is on his way to a wildlife preserve in Colorado.
There’s a bear that calls La Crescenta and Glendale home but causes enough trouble that he’s landed in the news on several occasions — he even has his own Twitter page.
Glen Bearian, the meatball-loving visitor with his own Twitter page, returned to Glendale Sunday.
The munchies-loving bear who had the Crescenta Valley all a-twitter may have found his way through 25 miles of wilderness to return to the tasty garbage cans he has come to love, it was reported Saturday.
He’s back and he’s still hungry.
A 250-pound black bear has become a regular and unwanted visitor for residents living in the foothills.