This is the incredible moment Betty White, who was 98 at the time of filming, plants a kiss on the cheek of a brown bear
She can be seen casually sitting next to the bear while having a chat with the camera.
Betty then feeds him a marshmallow before planting a giant loving kiss on the bear’s fur, just look at their chemistry.
As if we didn’t love Betty white enough already, she has gotten even more points after showing how much she loves animals.
And that goes further than just a kiss, Betty has been a huge contributor to many animal charities.
Some of these are the African Wildlife Foundation, Los Angeles Zoo Commissions, the Morris Animal Foundation, and more.
She even served as a trustee to the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association where they helped educate the public and help conserve endangered species.
Betty says in her documentary that her friends know her for being an actress, but she would rather be known as an animal advocate.
“That’s my life. The reason I work, the reason I do anything is for my love for animals,” she was reported to say
Georgia Engel, actress and friend of Betty added, “She says that all the time, ‘I have to keep doing my acting jobs so I can support my animal causes.’”
Now Betty is 99, and other than all the amazing work she does for animals, Betty holds the Guinness World Record for the longest TV career for a female!
The beloved animals right campaigner, actress, comedian and American icon has unfortunately passed away a week before her 100th birthday.