It’s a bear party Pole dancing grizzlies in Canadian wilderness

Published on Jul 30, 2013 by seenu in

A group of grizzly bears have been caught on camera having what looks like a pole-dancing party in front of a wildlife camera in Alberta, Canada.

5 thoughts on “It’s a bear party Pole dancing grizzlies in Canadian wilderness

  1. Good post Rumms 🙂 🙂 . I needed a good wake up start for the day and that was a good one Thanks Rumms.

  2. I was in a crappy mood this morning and this cheered me up. I had to share it. 🙂
    I know Buddy would have enjoyed it! Yes,some dogs do watch TV sometimes. But I had to say goodby last night. At least he had a good long life. 🙂

    1. Oh, I’m so sorry to hear about your best friend Rhumstruck. My heart goes out to you.

      I have a 13-year-old cat that I’ve had most of her life … well since she was 13 weeks. It hurts to watch her little body change and her energy levels slow down over the years as she ages. I try not to focus on her mortality, but dang it, they just don’t live very long compared to us.

      Any future plans to acquire another beloved canine companion?

      . . .

      1. Thanks Cathleen, I never called him my dog, he was my fathers dog. My sister and I have taken turns caring for him for ten years since Dad passed. Buddy had some kind of seizure and my sis ran him to the vets. Sadly, he didn’t survive but the vets were very cool. They said he looked like a football fan and wrapped him in a Chicago Bears blanket. Little did they know, Bud would have tore it up! He was a Green and Gold lifer!
        My brother sent me this:

        “To Rainbow Bridge he goes. Greeted by loved ones on the other side
        and followed by loved ones in the future. You made his life better by sharing your time and love with him. He will be missed but always remembered by those whose lives he touched.”

        No, I don’t think I can deal with another dog anytime soon. 🙁

        1. Hey Rhumstruck, I had to put down my 16 year old friend, Casey, last year. He was my buddy. I feel for you friend, it was a tough loss for me.

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