An adorable teddy bear that was forgotten at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum is going on the adventure of its “life,” all the while looking for its little owner.
On June 23, museum staff spotted a frightened kid racing out of the museum’s T-Rex exhibit, CBC News reported. He was clutching a stuffed teddy bear, but clearly his grip wasn’t tight enough because, later that day, the bear was found in the men’s washroom without its owner in tow.
So, staff got down to tracking its owner in a rather unconventional way: They took the lonely teddy on a mini-adventure, posting pictures on social media with the hashtag #lostbear in the hopes that someone will recognize him.
They retraced his steps to Megamunch the T-Rex
— Royal Sask Museum (@royalsaskmuseum) June 26, 2015
Here he is sampling some delish honey:
— Royal Sask Museum (@royalsaskmuseum) June 29, 2015
Teddy even thought he found his family
— Royal Sask Museum (@royalsaskmuseum) July 2, 2015
But for now, he’s shacking up with these guys:
— Royal Sask Museum (@royalsaskmuseum) July 4, 2015
So, if you or anyone you know has lost their precious (and now quite well educated) teddy bear, tell them to contact the Royal Saskatchewan Museum immediately! Otherwise, we think the little guy just might become the museum’s unofficial mascot.
We can’t wait to hear about the reunion. Here’s hoping it looks something like this: