09 Jun

Howling For Justice

Wolf pup found by campers in Idaho (Photo Courtesy Idaho Mountain Express)

It sounds like a warm and fuzzy story. A little wolf was  found by campers in Idaho. Thinking he was a dog pup, his rescuers took him to a vet for a check-up,  were it was discovered this was canis lupus and not canis lupus familiaris. A search then ensued to find the  little guy’s  family.

Of course  wolf pups belong with their families but not in Idaho. This little pup has  no future there and until wolves are relisted and once again protected under the ESA, I don’t see any reason to return him to the nightmare of Idaho. His chances of surviving the coming 2012 wolf hunt are pretty slim. Wolf pup mortality is high as  a matter of course, throw in the hate and evil directed at innocent wolves in the state, there is only…

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Posted by on June 9, 2012 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “

  1. Sandra

    June 10, 2012 at 7:25 am

    This is a hard one. I KNOW they are eradicating wolves but this little guy is pure wildlife and I dont think should be subjected to a zoo or something. I think he should be returned to his Mother to live out life the way nature intended.

    • chance

      June 10, 2012 at 2:16 pm

      How do you know the pups family wasn’t murdered? After all- this is Idaho we are talking about. I would prefer as many wolves were alive whereever they are. In this climate right now no wolf is safe in Idaho…..Remember- this inbred uprising is not really about wolves….it’s more about anyone having the nerve to threaten these idiot’s traditions


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