In February, 2013, a local farmer had found Rainbow by the side of the road and had brought her back to his farm. After a week of trying to nurture her back to health, he called CCF to pick her up. CCF found Rainbow in a small cage. She was frightened, and while the farmer had been able to give her a little food during the week, she was very thin. She was given the name Rainbow, in honor of the bright rainbows that had appeared in the sky during the more than three-hour drive it took to retrieve her.
Rainbow is one of a pair of cubs that have formed a coalition of sorts after both were rescued from different farms. She and her coalition mate, Aurora, have adjusted well to life at CCF and are quite popular with our visitors.