Toronto Zoo’s Polar Bear Cub Tries to Walk

by Holy Cuteness on January 17, 2016

Our polar bear cub continues to grow and gain strength at two months old. Still quite wobbly on her feet, she works hard to get up on all fours. She was also introduced to eating from a bowl for the first time this week.

Here’s a Cute Baby Panda

by Holy Cuteness on December 11, 2015

It ain’t easy being cute…

Polar Bear Cub Tries to Get Comfy

by Holy Cuteness on November 17, 2015

This adorable polar bear cub needs some time to get comfortable…

Bulldog Takes on Two Bears

by Holy Cuteness on October 7, 2015

A 20 pound French bulldog scares away two young bears — like a BOSS.

Mama Bear and Cubs Play with Hammock

by Holy Cuteness on September 16, 2015

A couple discovered this mama bear and her cubs having a blast with the hammock in the backyard of their home in Washington, New Jersey.

Bear Cubs Go for a Swim

by Holy Cuteness on September 3, 2015

Two adorable little bear cubs are taking a dip the pond.

H/T: Daily Picks and Flicks

Grizzly Bear Rolls Down Hill Like a Little Kid

by Holy Cuteness on August 25, 2015

This grizzly bear has the time of his life rolling down a hill in Denali National Park, Alaska.

Bear Family Takes a Dip in Backyard Pool

by Holy Cuteness on August 24, 2015

A mother bear and her five cubs are trying to beat the heat by taking a dip in a backyard pool in Rockaway Township, New Jersey.

Happy Birthday to the World’s Oldest Panda!

by Holy Cuteness on July 28, 2015

Giant panda Jia Jia, who lives at Ocean Park in Hong Kong, turned 37 today, which means she is now the oldest panda ever living in captivity.

Photograph: Bobby Yip/Reuters

Vet Paola Martelli said Jia Jia was still “moving about” though she suffered from cataracts and high blood pressure. “She is sleeping more, so is doing everything less. But she is ageing gracefully, just like your grandma,” she said.

Via Reddit, The Guardian.

Watch Orphaned Baby Bears Play and Being Bottle Fed

by Holy Cuteness on July 6, 2015

Sixteen orphan bear cubs learn how to become wild again at IFAW’s Orphan Bear Rescue Center in Bubonitsy, Russia. In the early stages of rehab, the bears are bottle-fed, given ample time to play, and kept in temperature-controlled environments that mimic a mother bear’s den. For more information, visit