“It’s not every day you get to see a German shepherd playing with a bear cub”
What does a 4-month-old bear cub do when she needs a friend? She finds one in a German shepherd, of course.
In upstate New York, there is an animal sanctuary filled with animals of all shapes and sizes. The baby of the bunch is an adorable 4-month-old Syrian Brown Bear named Tallulah, who loves to get into bear cub mischief.
Tallulah loves to play like all baby bears but wants a friend to share her time with. So, she explores the sanctuary, looking for a friend. There are no other bears, so she’ll have to look for another friendly species instead.
However, even though she’s cute, not everyone wants to be her friend. A pig and turtle are just too busy to play with the bear cub. Next, she tries to befriend an alpaca with an attitude. The alpaca makes it clear that it has no interest in being her friend.
But it just so happens that there is another animal at the sanctuary looking for a friend. A 2-year-old German shepherd named Kayden is doing his best to find a playmate, but no one seems to want to play with him either.
Then one day as fate would have it, Kayden, and Tallulah cross paths. The two instantly hit it off. Now Kayden has a job, which is teaching the bear cub how to be a German shepherd dog. He even tries to teach the cub to swim but the cub doesn’t want anything to do with it.
So, Kayden gives up on swimming lessons and tries to teach the cub to play with sticks instead. But the cub doesn’t know how to play with the stick as a dog does. Soon Kayden is not sure what to do with his new friend.
But no worries because Tallulah knows how to fix that. She teaches Kayden how to wrestle bear cub style and soon the two are having fun. They wrestle all over the ranch and have finally found something they both love to do.
They are more than adorable and are super fun to watch. It’s not every day you see a German shepherd and bear cub playing together in the grass. We hope you enjoyed their adorable video. As always, please feel free to share with your friends.