(Yes, I am aware it wrote woofs and not wolves, it ain't a typo.)
One of my sisters loves wolves a lot. Literally, anything wolf related she is obsessed with. For the passed two years (and nearly three), at Christmas we have adopted her a wolf called Tundra. We went to visit her yesterday and here are some photos of the wolves. There's a lot I could say about wolves in captivity, but that isn't what this post is about, so enjoy!
When we came in, the first wolf that we saw was this beautiful Artic one:
And you can see another one in the background. Another wolf came up to the front while we were passing this enclosure to get to my sister's wolf at the bottom. However, the next wolf I think needed to a bit of a wash...
Despite being the alpha female of her pack, my sisters wolf is very shy and we hadn't seen her properly yet. But her brother (the only male in the pack and, therefore, alpha male by default) was pacing up and down checking for when lunch was coming. But if you look in the top right hand corner of the photo, you can just about make out my sister's wolf.
The staff then bought dinner for them. I'm not too much into wolves, but I still found it very interesting listening to all of the facts about them. However, they were eating dead deer (roadkill) which I found disgusting.
But the food tempted all of the wolves out. The middle wolf is the submissive female in the pack and the back wolf is Tundra, the first time we'd ever seen her properly!
It turns out that wolves don't just lick their lips in little red riding hood...
A great view of Tundra! I was so surprised that we actually got to see her that time.
Being the mature person that I am, I just couldn't help giggling at this sign.
It really was a fun day, even if it's not really my thing. However, on the way out there was a little message which is what I thought I'd end the blog with.
Hi, I'm Zoe
I'm a teenager and this is my blog. I update it roughly every other day (I'm a lazy teenager, sometimes I'm too busy wasting my life on YouTube or with fan fiction).