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Thank you for saving this beautiful animal and Wolf It’s not over when you lose It’s over when you quit shirt tagging it to keep an eye on it in the future. We need to remember we don’t own this planet it’s just on loan. Any living creature needs rescuing if in a situation where help and rescue are needed. Also, where does your information come from?
The clinic called the hunter before the wolf arrived as it wasn’t confirmed but the vet had suspicions, not after. We don’t give animals enough credit sometimes. Yes, it is wild and could have responded out of fear but animals often undergo when they are being helped or cared for. There are thousands of stories of animals appearing to show gratitude and trust in similar situations.