When I was a kid my grandpa raised 3 black bear cubs who were left orphaned! He kept them for about 6 months until he felt they could survive on their own!
There have been a few guys who did it and weren't successful like my grandpa. There was the guy who did a documentary on grizzlies and the suit of armor he rebuilt from a deep sea diving suit. He had biker's with baseball bats to try and hurt him to no avail. He was definitely surprised when the grizzly tore the arm off his suit and tried pulling him out of it. Another guy who had dealings with grizzlies thought he could live with them and build a "family" with grizzlies. He thought he learned their entire social structure and felt he figured out how to put himself into their family... until he disappeared from the face of the earth! Both made very interesting and somewhat funny documentaries.
woo hoo!! Yes!! my hound dog problems are solved!!! EEKKKSSSS but my baby kittys!! doggon it!!
Bear stew, but not very much.
A polar bear cub probably weighs 20 lbs. That's plenty for a family meal.
First bring it inside and give it a Coke... Saw on TV that makes them sweet and cute... <br />
Then probably lock him in the bathroom and call the animal control...<br />
And possibly consider moving... It's way to cold
Well then he would eat all my meat... I suppose I could just put him on a leash and call him Fido until he got a lot bigger... Wouldn't look and wierder than some of the other dogs around here...
seek Captain Haddock's help !
I hope so !
feed 'em and then call the local zoo
Pingu comes to mind ... I will have to take the boat to drop it in the Arctic.