Baby Bear Cubs Rescued From Nearly Drowning In Wisconsin By Sheriff Deputies, And Mama Bear Wasn’t Grateful

A pair of crying and soaking wet black bear cubs were rescued last Friday morning by a pair of Ashland, Wisconsin sheriff’s deputies who heard their wails for help.

The discovery of the pair, found in a flooded culvert near the Bad River Indian Reservation were soaking wet and freezing cold say the deputies. The kind hearted  officers  dried them off and brought them into the their squad car with the heater on high to warm them up. They waited for a conservation warden to arrive and then placed the cubs in an open area for their mom who was waking up slowly and groggy, but reunited with her babies.

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