If there's one thing I've always dreamed of, it's the chance to play with a fluffy, roly-poly bear cub.
I mean, I know they could, even at a young age, seriously injure me and that's why I've never gotten the chance to make my dreams a reality. But that doesn't mean I can't live vicariously through other people who have unique skill sets (and bear sanctuaries) that allow for lots of cub cuddling.
Case in point: Casey Anderson is the director at the Montana Grizzly Encounter sanctuary, hosts two shows on Nat Geo WILD, and educates others on the proper treatment of wild animals.
In his spare time, Anderson does things like this:
Watch the whole adorable cub encounter.
I think it's safe to say we're all sufficiently jealous of this man's job. Watching him swing that little babe around is great, but I still hope I get to at least be near a little bear someday.