David and Lana Fechter, who run a wildlife reserve on their West Bend property, took in the male cubs from a Chicago zoo. 
And while they are small and adorably cute, the couple say the nine-week-old Siberian bear cubs are keeping them on their toes.
Eventually they will be relocated to the Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary in a natural environment. Photo credit Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary via Mail Online David and Lana Fechter, who run a wildlife reserve on their West Bend property, took in the male cubs from a Chicago zoo. 
And while they are small and adorably cute, the couple say the nine-week-old Siberian bear cubs are keeping them on their toes.
Eventually they will be relocated to the Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary in a natural environment. Photo credit Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary via Mail Online David and Lana Fechter, who run a wildlife reserve on their West Bend property, took in the male cubs from a Chicago zoo. 
And while they are small and adorably cute, the couple say the nine-week-old Siberian bear cubs are keeping them on their toes.
Eventually they will be relocated to the Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary in a natural environment. Photo credit Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary via Mail Online David and Lana Fechter, who run a wildlife reserve on their West Bend property, took in the male cubs from a Chicago zoo. 
And while they are small and adorably cute, the couple say the nine-week-old Siberian bear cubs are keeping them on their toes.
Eventually they will be relocated to the Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary in a natural environment. Photo credit Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary via Mail Online David and Lana Fechter, who run a wildlife reserve on their West Bend property, took in the male cubs from a Chicago zoo. 
And while they are small and adorably cute, the couple say the nine-week-old Siberian bear cubs are keeping them on their toes.
Eventually they will be relocated to the Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary in a natural environment. Photo credit Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary via Mail Online

David and Lana Fechter, who run a wildlife reserve on their West Bend property, took in the male cubs from a Chicago zoo. 

And while they are small and adorably cute, the couple say the nine-week-old Siberian bear cubs are keeping them on their toes.

Eventually they will be relocated to the Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary in a natural environment. Photo credit Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary via Mail Online