@wolfconnection - I can’t even put into words how amazing my afternoon was here. I left feeling completely enlightened ✨ my Mum (who was very nervous) came along with me and we were both welcomed with open arms by the incredible staff, and the wolves too!! Not only does this place provide a much needed safe place for the wolves to live, they also work with at-risk youths, something very close to my mum’s heart. The illegal pet trade in America is so much worse than I had ever imagined. Wolves are not like dogs, they do not make good pets. People buy wolves/ wolf hybrids, realise they can’t take care of them, so they end up in shelters. As an illegal species, if not taken in by sanctuaries like wolf connection, they will be euthanised. Additionally, many of the wolves at the sanctuary were saved from being skinned for the illegal fur trade! Wolf connection are currently at maximum capacity, but are looking to expand so that they can take in another 30+ wolves, however, with Trump ruining everything, the cost of steel (which they need to build their enclosures) is also set to double. If you’re visiting LA, take the time to visit wolf connection and show your support! You will not regret it! Go with an open mind and see what you will learn and take away from your experience 💕🐺
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My #noble#man forefather who died in the war, (who's widow, with their only son, were shipped off to Canada) had a cousin, the #dukeofchartres He was #exiled out of France for refusing to shoot the #revolutionaries . He was a military man who went to America to #orchestrate a manufactured war to regain honour amongst the ruling elite. This gifting of the statue of liberty, although clever, was given in exchange for the mass genocide of the #indigenous#people of Turtle Island. It had always been a curiosity of mine to find out why they had disowned my grandfather. Grandma finally did admit that she part native before she died. Her brother was a successful boxer in #Montreal in the 40's and 50's. Passed himself off as an Italian. But how did I wind up with blood on my hands? I guess that was my inheritance. Bloodshed. ~adapted excerpt from A call to the #Wild , #Exploring the #Priestess#Within , a #book I'm still trying to piece together..