DISLIKES ~ Like many of our wild-spirited rescues, Jasa is not fond of tours. Groups of people make him nervous. Due to his fear of new people, he is not a big fan of new caretakers at first.
The Conservation Officer guessed that the hunters might have taken Jasa from a den before he was even two weeks old. Whatever the real story, Jasa could not be released back into the wild because he was already too socialized with humans, according to Indiana State regulations. Luckily for Jasa, Lyla was already at ICRC and the two rescues were allowed to grow up together. Lyla does not like most people and often made it difficult for caretakers to interact with Jasa, so he usually takes a while to warm up to humans.
Unlike his feisty friend, Jasa has never shown signs of aggression towards people with whom he has bonded. Jasa is feeling more comfortable with us, and we are so glad to offer him more room to run! Thanks to ICRC for being such a fantastic, caring place and allowing us to be part of their work.