Check out how Twitter united to help Mara find her stolen Mama bear back that contained an emotional note from her mother.
Twitter at times can surprise us with how good its reach is. There is a not that people use Twitter for. People posts funny tweets, as well as complaints on things that are happening. What made it even more special is that recently a woman got her stolen Mama bear back after it was stolen with the help of Twitter.
A few days back Mara Soriano‘s backpack was stolen from Canada. The backpack contained the special bear that was a gift to her with her mother’s voice note. Her mother passed away due to cancer last year. One of the Twitter users decided to help her and posted a tweet making an appeal to get her bear back. Netizens joined in wholeheartedly and shared the tweet. Hollywood actor Ryan Reynolds also joined in the deed to help the girl get her bear back. He offered USD 5000 to anyone who would return the bear.
If you see this missing bear in the west end please email Deborah.Goble@cbc.ca
It was in a herschel back pack when stolen along with an iPad.
Mara, the owner says it has her mom’s voice inside saying, ‘I love you I’m proud of you, I’ll always be with you. Her mom died last year pic.twitter.com/ipfrzqKXsf
— Deborah Goble (@CBCDeborahGoble) July 25, 2020
Vancouver: $5,000 to anyone who returns this bear to Mara. Zero questions asked. I think we all need this bear to come home. https://t.co/L4teoxoY50
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) July 25, 2020
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) July 29, 2020
Here’s how Twitter reacted:
— Taika Waititi (@TaikaWaititi) July 26, 2020
I think this is definitely going to be the best news I hear today. It was a lift and a perfect one at that. I’m in the US and there is not a lot of good news being shared #FOUNDMARASBEAR
— WildKat (@stvnicksrocks) July 29, 2020
In case you needed a lift, this happened. It’s the perfect thing today. Congratulations, Mara. 😍😍❤️❤️💋💋 https://t.co/UuNwqbM7oS
— Melanie Scrofano (@MelanieScrofano) July 29, 2020
I'm not crying, you're crying…❤️#FOUNDMARASBEAR
— Michelle Vesce (@MichelleV70) July 29, 2020
— Alison Rose Greenberg (@alisongreenberg) July 29, 2020
Meanwhile in the United States, armed forces are literally kidnapping people and throwing them into unmarked vehicles. Can't we all just be more like Canada? #BeLikeCanada #FoundMarasBear https://t.co/11N9KAGP4h
— Jenn Casey (@treasure_untold) July 29, 2020
— Josh Geno – H.BA, MA, CSC (@_joshgeno) July 29, 2020
Mara getting her bear back is the anti-2020 energy we needed this week. #foundmarasbear
— Fife (@FifetheWife) July 29, 2020
— Nicole Diemert (@NicoleDiemert) July 29, 2020
— Dana Rollin (@DanaRollin3) July 29, 2020
Thank you Ryan and @strombo for the signal boost in the search for this bear. This year desperately needed some good news and this warms my heart so much. Proud to be Canadian and proud to be from BC #vancouverisawesome #FOUNDMARASBEAR https://t.co/1i4AFbUJDH
— Brenda (@canadianfrost) July 29, 2020
— Mike Gunshow (@MikeGunshow79) July 29, 2020
When I saw @VancityReynolds' call for the return of @drawmaradraw's stolen teddy bear (which contained her late mom’s recorded voice), the story broke my heart. ICYMI: "MAMABEAR IS HOME!!!" 🧸❤️️#FOUNDMARASBEAR #ALLTHEFEELS #NOTCRYINGCUTTINGONIONS 🧅 https://t.co/F93zaTsG9A pic.twitter.com/gv5ABTQDad
— (((Emily L. Phelps))) (@SouthpawTales) July 29, 2020