Friday's got you down? Keep trying to put one foot in front of the other but it isn't quite working? Well, take solace in the fact that the same goes for this little two-month old polar bear cub at the Toronto Zoo. While they may be powerful carnivores as adults, they don't quite start out that way. This little female cub was born to a polar bear named Aurora. Originally, there were two cubs, but sadly, one didn't make through the first day. After that, the zoo staff took this little cub, nicknamed Juno, to an intensive care unit and have been nursing her since her mother Aurora didn't produce milk.