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Captive Wolf Pups Enjoy Elk and Goat Milk

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Published on Apr 16, 2013

Month old wolf pups Rosie and Tiger enjoy a warm meal and a short romp- These pups came to Mission: Wolf from a wildlife refuge in Florida. They were an unplanned litter born in captivity and refuge owners needed to find appropriate homes for them quickly.
Mission: Wolf was one of the lucky sanctuaries to receive two of the litter. Due to a rain storm flooding out the den they were born in the pups were pulled from mom and hand raised from six days old. Their eyesight is very poor at this age and their hearing is just developing. They use their noses as the main source of direction for finding food etc.
They are British Columbian, Canadian grey wolves and Rosie & Tiger will live out their lives in Captivity.
Rosie was given her name due to her happy little Rosie personality and Tiger being a little shy was given a strong spirit name to help him become brave like a tiger.
Adorable wolf pups may seem like they will make a good pet like a dog. Unfortunately appearances are deceiving- these pups will grow up to be very independent wild minded animals.
They will live out their lives in a large natural habitat build in the remote Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Mission: Wolf is a sanctuary especially for wolves that need help and a lifetime home without conflict from humans.
Rosie and Tiger will be available for viewing at Mission: Wolf sometime late May 2013. For more information about Mission: Wolf go to the website at
www.missionwolf.org
Copyrights Mission: Wolf April 15th 2013

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