• derp

    • guy

      yeah hearts, but imagine the heart of robber when he get inside through a broken window and sees these two full grown staring at him.

  • AET2

    where can i adopt them?! now… just to find a place for them to play4

  • Rawr

    Did you even watch the video? It showed the "Them Now" pictures.

    • myself

      They couldn't have been stuffed since one still showed the wolf standing and the bear curled up and the other had them both lying down. An animal that has been stuffed becomes extremely rigid and they aren't Gumby.

      It is obvious by the stills that they get along, but that's it.

    • ChairmanMeowz

      nope, not chuck testa

      • http://matter.com Fkn Nick, Duh


        you win the internet

  • dmat


  • Anonymous

    I will defeat them with unicorn pannty on face

  • dedubs

    The bear got his butt kicked!

    • todrunk2fck

      But the bear won the battle for ultimate cuteness.

  • Bobolob


  • moses

    I think I’m going to go get a cub

  • http://google.com drew

    courage wolf and i love cocaine bear.

    • Laser

      The early years?

  • marikkita

    i loved the dog that just stood there awkwardly wanting to play but knowing he would get his ass kicked….

  • GF2497592


  • http://thechive.com/ Joe

    Yes very cute and cuddly. Untill they grow up, and one day decide to rip your face off.

    • Shyla

      negative nancy

    • Co-Rex

      "Yes life is very awesome. Until you grow up, and one day die." <——This is how you sound

      • http://thechive.com/ Joe

        im just stating the obvious. Wild animals should be in the wild. Hence the word 'wild'.

        • BigRick69

          If there is never a need to compete for resources or mates, animals are non-violent. Humans are a good example. This, as everything, is a general rule and there are always exceptions.

  • pete

    thats fucking awesome

  • Matt

    Bear Wins!!!!!

  • Sal


  • Anonymous

    The dog’s like the Meg of the family.

  • mouchette

    yup, awesome

  • Smokey the bear

    The guy encouraging them to be violent and aggressive is just incredibly stupid. First of all, if you take in a bear or wolf cub you should know that they will NEVER go back into the wild. You're going to have this animal for the rest of it's life. When you teach it to be violent and aggressive you're being nothing but foolish. Never encourage a domesticated animal to be violently aggressive in your home. Notice the overuse of the terms violent and aggressive in this paragraph, it's for your own safety.

    • Quigly

      YEAH! Because in the woods, the never play, I mean fight as cubs. They sit around on tree stumps sipping tea while listening to Kumbaya.

    • hecor85

      oh shut up.

    • Jonn

      Have you ever seen pet dogs play fight? they're not violent, they are having fun. Also, it's a bear and a wolf at a zoo- you can't domesticate wild animals like that.

    • Katie

      Play fighting is how they learn, plus they are in a zoo, not a home. I am sure these people know the risks they are taking just being near them both young and mature.

    • Were doomed

      I hope you are not serious. They are baby animals. This is what all baby animals do.

    • get a clue

      Boooooooooo……….no fun

    • yimbo

      Did you not see the video? They are in the gift shop at a Zoo, they have no intention of releasing these animals into the wild or keeping them in their homes. Did that honestly look like someone's home to you? Have you ever been to a Zoo?

    • cantreadgood

      go hug a tree, fag

      • Doda

        short and to the point)

    • Kzo

      What you're doing is called anthropomorphism and it's bullshit 🙂

      • Co-Rex

        ___________ /
        "The More You Know" =========== < >
        ——————- / /

        • Co-Rex

          Damnit, I was flimm-flammed!

    • elliott

      its an animal you fucking idiot its what animals do

    • Vie

      Uh, this is obviously not just someone's home. They're in the gift shop of a zoo. Chances are, they're in a zoo.

    • Rob

      dude – its a zoo – they are not going back into the wild. oye…

    • Phil B.

      So true, man! I mean, I could barely hear anything else over all the yelling and beating of those animals that guy was doing to make them fight each other. Not even the heart melting cries of the wounded cubs made their way to my ears because of all the inhumanity taking place. Those animals should have been taught to sit still and use their sharp teeth eat their vegetables like NATURE INTENDED! That's what all those cubs do on the Discovery channel in the wild, RIGHT?? This video totally encompassed the fact that these were domesticated and orphaned cubs without any other role models of their species to latch to. I mean it's not like any mention of them being in a zoo was made, so you're TOTALLY justified in you're reasoning.

      Thank you for your clearly experienced words of warning,
      A very "non"sarcastic Chiver

    • John Jacob

      NINE……ELEVEN….CHANGED….EVERYTHING………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………BUZZWORDS FTW!

    • Enforcer

      do you know anything? it must have been awesome when you raised a bear and a wolf cub… tool

    • Tom

      You're stupid.

    • Chris

      These are rescued animals at a zoo. Also the video shows them playing together when they are older.

  • Reality

    Mostl likely they are now very angry animals from being forced to constantly fight with one another.

    • Blake


    • Erik

      yeah i think i saw a cattle prod in one shot just to get them angry….idiot

  • Muse

    This is animal anbuse, what's up chive? Why are you putting up videos of people abusing animals? How would you like it if you were forced to fight a bear everyday?

    • MonkeyMadness

      Go be a douche somewhere else.

    • Armed Ann Dangerous

      Oh, oh, right. Let's be all uncool and heavy and bring Muse down.

    • Phil B.

      Yea because the use of prods and beating the animals in an enclosed pen till the drawing of blood for our entertainment was so prominent here. It wasn't two animals in zoo captivity playing like they would on any other broadcast from the wild. And you TOTALLY spelled "abuse" right. I dunno why we all don't see your point of view and even remotely accurate. Fuck all those people who think you're an idiot. You're a prophet and we should all be listening to your moral wisdom. You obviously know what your'e talking about.

      Thanks for your insight,
      A totally "not" sarcastic Chiver

  • Not cruelty

    Nobody is encouraging them to “fight.” pretty obvious some of you idiots have never had pets before. Put 2 puppies in a house together and they will play all day, not “fight.” some of you nerds need to stop being such pussies and try getting some once in a while.

    • Bullstoi

      No, I think they're trolling.
      No one can really be that stupid. Can they?

      I think Smokey the Bear, from above, lives in a zoo.

  • http://theadventuresofjim.wordpress.com/ theAdventuresOfJim

    why is there so much hate on a video of two cute animals playing?

    • MonkeyMadness

      Because there will always be assholes in the world.

      • Katie

        This isn't the picture I was looking for but it'll work <img src="http://i43.tinypic.com/302nwxg.jpg&quot; border="0" alt="Image and video hosting by TinyPic">

        • MonkeyMadness

          lol I know the picture you are thinking of. 😛

          • Phil B.

            Same, I was already thinking of it when I scrolled over what you put. Still awesome 😛

  • matador

    the dog realized what it was barking at and ran

  • dochandy

    my god. that is adorable…

  • Dougie

    Wow, am I the only one totally frightened by the bear's claws in the end of the video.

    • Katie

      I was thinking the same thing, I don't know if I would be tickling it like that

    • juande

      ya my dogs claw hurt when im playing with them i cant imagine how that bear claws can do xD

    • Hockey Dude 11

      I prefer donuts to bear claws.

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