11 thoughts on “Wolves Walking Along Stupino”

  1. It is wrong to imprison and domesticate wild animals. The animals belong in their natural habitat, not rolling over to get their bellies scratched. This is a bout human ego.

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  2. It’s sick that people make wild animals live a sad, captive life just to stroke their pathetic human egos. Wolves on chains, and in cages–it’s not how they are meant to live.

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    • I think in this case it’s the wolf that makes this decision, to live or not with human otherwise he’d run away. They have much lesser chace to survive in wild and they know it so they try to be useful, that’s why today we have dogs – once a wild animal tamed by human to guard his owner house for food, shelter and love. So stop with this “sad” and “captivity” nonsense…

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      • “otherwise he’d run away” A hard thing to do with a chain around your neck. I don’t think you understand the concept of captivity.

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  3. Those wolves are beautiful. I would love to give one a home. We have them here in Wisconsin, USSA. There are shelters for them and ones that need homes. When my great boy shepherd Mr. Ito leaves us one day, I will look for one of these homeless wolves.

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    • Hate to bust your bubble, but you really don’t want a wolf for a ‘pet’. For the first 18 months or so the wolf will be more or less like a dog, but after that the wolf will make their own decisions, including whether your a family member with with enough clout to be worth following.
      The wolf may be freindy with you, but will go into kill mode around dogs that it doesn’t regard as family. Your wolf will also most likely pose a danger to small children as well. –The prey drive of a wolf is much more prominent than it is in a domestic dog. Settle instead for a dog breed that looks like a wolf, instead of a wolf, because you will be serving no favor to either yourself or the wolf if you get one.

      The wolves that you see in the pictures above are most likely in 10-18 month old phase.

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  4. Wolf will turn on you it is wild animal not a pet. Peoples do not understand why you cannot have wild animal as pet.

    Mercal

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  5. The reason its important to keep many wild animals as pets these days, is because their habitats have been destroyed, or they are hunted to near extinction. When human kind finally stops the insanity of killing like this, a diverse genetic selection of animals will mean a better chance of repopulation. Better a loved companion than a dead fur.

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