STOP THIS MADNESS!! WE HAVE NO MORE USE 4 FUR!! IT IS NO LONGER NEEDED SO THE KILLING OF WOLVES OR ANY OTHER ANIMAL 4 FUR IS WRONG!! CRUEL!!! JUST PLAIN STUPID!!!
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Save Wolves from Senseless Slaughter!
These is a video about wolves used with clips from all sorts of films and documentaries. Just so you know a wolf would NEVER kill a human for no reason. If they do attack it is rare, either for self defence against humans or they are rabid. There has never been a recorded wolf attack in recorded American history resolving in a human fatality. But humans kill hundreds of wolves a year. Wolves ae not the bad guys here it is HUMANS!
Right now this is a work in progress. I am Cherokee Girl (Wolf Sister 1) and my best friend and sis, WolfGal (Wolf Sister 2) are trying to put together a page strictly for helping the wolf which is in dire need right now. If anyone would like to help they can go to www.defenders.org and sign the petition, make a donation, or adopt a wolf at www.widlifeadoption.org or you can adopt over the phone by calling 1-800-385-9712. If you would be interested in adopting a wolf, you will get a cuddly, plush "wolf," a personalized adoption certificate for the wolf you adopted, and a photo and fact sheet about your wolf all for just $25. Please help us in the fight to stop this slaughter. SAY NO TO WOLF FUR! SAY NO TO FUR OF ANY KIND!!
In August 2010, Greater Yellowstone wolves won a key court victory when a federal judge restored their endangered status under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), but the the fight for their recovery is far from over. Our wolves are at continued fatal risk in places like Idaho, Montana and Wyoming as hostility toward wolves in the northern Rockies region continues to escalate - with possibly deadly consequences.
Meanwhile in Alaska, over 1,000 wolves have been slaughtered from the skies through the brutal practice of aerial hunting. With the Alaska Board of Game continuing to allow the unscientific and unnecessary practice of aerial wolf killing, this could be another bloody year for Alaska's wolves.