January 9, 2013
were rescued by the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary in Ramah last fall. The
animals are slowly gaining weight, getting the health care they need and
have 20 times more space to roam free in. They were found in horrible
conditions in Iowa on the brink of being euthanized.
Wild Spirt Wolf Sanctuary director Layton Cougar and general manager Geroge Stapleton led the team who saved the wolves.
day Layton and I went there, I don't know if I can put it into words,"
said Stapleton about discovering the wolves in tiny, filthy spaces.
hope is to get The Iowa Nine into a larger habitat, but it will be
expensive. This will be added onto the $40,000 needed to care for each
wolf for its life time.
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