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By Paul Ulane
Oct 15, 2012
The man you see pictured here is Casey Anderson. That beast he is high-fiving is his best friend, Brutus, an 800-pound Grizzly Bear. Keep clicking to read his story.
Via BuzzFeed, DailyMail and Imgur
Brutus was born in an overpopulated bear reserve, so Anderson decided to adopt the young cub.
Anderson raised Brutus on his own wildlife sanctuary, The Montana Wildlife Grizzly Encounter Wildlife Sanctuary.
Brutus was raised around humans and feels right at home at the dinner table.
Brutus and Anderson are so close, that when Anderson married actress Missi Pyle, Brutus was the Best Bear.
Brutus and Pyle even starred in the same movie together, "Pretty Ugly People."
Brutus loves hanging out at the pool.
He doesn't mind the hot tub, either.
Keep clicking to see more hilarious and heart-warming pictures of this odd couple.
When you think about it the most dangerous thing living are humans not animals.
You gota remember the most dangerous living thing out there are humans not anamals
On one level, I think thsat this is a truly cool thing. On another level, as the father of a zoo-keeper, It is scarey as heck; I keep telling my daughter: "NEVER, EVER forget that these are "WILD" animals despite their outward appearance of domesticity. I pray that "the worst" never happens to this guy and friend!
my question to you is> when i clicked to see the man who raised the adorable baby bears, why did i have to see women in bikinis? i am a good looking gal, with a nice body, but i never was one to flaunt it and i have always had to beat men off. they said, i was mysterious . things are out of hand. i don't want to see this. my mother taught me, leave something to the imagination. come on now!!!! i also feel it isn't right to show off your breast and bare asses to our husbands.
The picture of the bear sitting at the dinner table is great.
The man who was eaten was living with wild Grizzlies.. and his mistake, if you could call it that, after years of getting to know all the bears.. was not leaving when a NEW old decrepit bear who was not getting enough to eat or might have been in pain with teeth or injuries... showed up and showed aggression. This bear has been raised by this man from infancy and he often takes this bear with him out to wild places and the bear gets plenty of exercise and activity. Doug Seus also trains Grizzlies that have done dozens of movies and Bart the Bear was 100 percent partners with Doug till he died at 23. You have to know what you are talking about before you send out such perverted messages!
I too applaud his efforts to educate our society but I really in truly hope this does not have a sad ending whereas the bear attacks his owner or someone else... just like people animals are unpredictable and much more so! I love the pictures and am rooting for them!
There was another guy who loved the bears, but if I remember correctly he was eaten... bottom line, while I applaud what he has be able to accomplish, this can only end badly. Grizzly bears are wild animals and no amount of training will remove their natural instincts to hunt and kill prey. And if he has managed to 'domesticate' this animal by a small degree, the day that bear gets tired of living that way he will do what comes natural.
Sadly, looks like another tragic story in the making. Some people just have to learn the hard way.
not good,,most of all you see is" had lib". all was not true.