A curious wolf I came across one time in British Columbia, Canada.
I haven’t bought too many statues in my life, but I did buy some of these howling dog/coyote/wolf statues while I was in Santa Fe, New Mexico. They remind me of Zeus and some other Siberian Huskies I have known.
When I first saw this Dr. Seuss cartoon I thought, “That can’t be real.” But Snopes says it is. And apparently in 2019 people are repeating the same dialog from the 1940s. Geez, these are just kids.
I hope some day in the near future people will realize we’re all children of the same planet.
A Wolf Called Romeo is “the true story of the exceptional black wolf who spent seven years interacting with the people and dogs of Juneau, Alaska, living on the edges of their community, engaging in an improbable, awe-inspiring interspecies dance, and bringing the wild into sharp focus.” You can check it out at this link on Amazon.com.
“Shilo, when I was young, I used to call your name,” sings Neil Diamond (aka, Neily D). This is a photo of a wolf named Shilo, from the Lakota Wolf Preserve Facebook page.
The story of the two wolves, from the movie, Tomorrowland. (You’ll have to see the movie to know the answer, if you don’t already.) (Or Google it. It’s actually an old American Indian story, not a Disney thing.)
I don’t know if this is true, but I saw this story on someone’s Facebook timeline. (I can’t link to the story because they re-posted an image, and said it comes from a private group named In The Company of Wolves, who I don’t follow. There are also multiple Facebook accounts with that name.)
Nothing like a hug from a wolf, that’s what I always say. I came across a wolf that looked a lot like this in Canada one time. This photo is from the Lakota Wolf Preserve page on Facebook.