[Oh, OK. Well, I thought you might have some snacks or maybe some barbequed ribs or something. I’ll go back to my cave and start hibernating.]
Some golfers in Vancouver encountered a most adorable hazard: A bear cub who treated them to an impromptu interpretive dance before making off with their ball. (Caution: Don’t get as close to a baby bear as these fellas did, or you might run into one teed-off mama.)
“Uh….you might wanna wait a few minutes.”
“Greetings from Central Florida,” says Kristin L. First, here are some photos of a mama and three adorable baby bears that appeared in my back yard.”
“They got big pretty quickly, and just four months later the cubs were able to pull down the bird feeder all on their own.”
“Photos by me…..from inside the house! Love your site – it has been my first and last stop of the day on the computer for years!” -Kristin L.
Bear Two: “Er..I’ve seen it done before. I think you just climb up in here and then go to sleep. Let’s try it and see, OK?”
This one woulda been great for Mother’s Day, but no worries. Take a look at how Ma Bear is raising her Bear Cubs. Altogether now: “Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.” (And will you LOOK at those GIANT Toe Beans?”
Cuteporter Morjana C. sent this in earlier today. “First, thank you again for your wonderful site. My daily ray of sunshine (winter,) cool breeze (summer,) and hearty guffaw.
The LTWC is now caring for their 11th Bear Cub this season, the most they’ve ever had at one time. Wanna make a donation like Morjana did? Of course you do.
[Note: check out the LIVE WEBCAM ACTION. -Ed.] Photo from KCRA.com.
“… so the living room, that’s where we’d have a big Dumpster. Tip it, roll in it, do whatever ya want. Maybe also a Foosball table. Then on the second floor, nothin’ but beer and honey.”
Lookit Bear here. First he gives us the Princess Di eyes act, then decides he can’t wait to be petted and GOES FOR IT.
From Rebecca B.