May be put to death, not acceptable!
From Fish and Game: Yesterday I sent a biologist to Forest Falls to look for the cub and he was unable to locate it. He along with other Department biologists reviewed the photos and video you sent and feel the cub appears to be undernourished and likely in need of assistance. Consistent with our policy, the Department will attempt to capture the cub. The Department will send someone out to attempt to capture it for transport to our Wildlife Investigations Lab where it will be examined by our wildlife veterinarians. Once they have evaluated its condition they will either hold it temporarily for treatment and placement in captivity, or if no facilities can be found or its health is so poor that extreme efforts to maintain its life are required, it may ultimately have to be euthanized. This unfortunate decision may have to be made because based on conversations with residents; we have determined that the cub has become habituated and dependent upon humans.