The Sweetest Little Wolf Pups…

Here they are the beautiful, adorable Wolf People puppies at seven weeks. They are growing so fast.

Their mom and dad are mimi x baci (he’s pure arctic wolf).

You can see these adorable babies at Wolf People in Cocolalla, Idaho!!

From the Wolf People’s website:

“We are a Wolf Education Facility educating the public about the true nature of wolves and showing the loving side of these magnificent animals that we have come to know and love. This has been our passion since 1993!”

Wolf People

http://www.wolfpeople.com/index.php

Photos: Courtesy of Wolf People

Posted in: Wolf People, biodiversity

Tags: wolf puppies, W0lf People, gray wolf

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  1. QUE MARAVILLA . SON DULCES Y ENCANTADORES . OJALA TENGAN UNA VIDA MARAVILLOSA SIN PERCANCES .

    How wonderful. SWEET AND LOVELY. HAVE A WONDERFUL LIFE HOPEFULLY safely.

    Thank you Maria for the beautiful sentiment. They are so precious.

    For the wolves, for the Wild Ones,
    Nabeki

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  2. they’re adorable!!! ^o^ i’ma cry…=’D

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    • yaa they are very adorable !! such cute pics ❤

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  3. Oh my goodness, I am so excited to know that I will be there to meet them, and all the other wolves at Wolf People in just a few days!!

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    • I’m so excited for you Rhonda, those precious babies are growing fast. You have to take lots of pics. The pups on the front of the blog are mimi’s and baci’s litter. There is another litter two weeks older who are Neshoba’s (arctic x timber) and Enapay’s (the brave one in Sioux)litter. Those pups were filmed by National Geographic and will be in a film in 2012 about baby animals. So you will get to see both litters, plus all the other wonderful wolves, including Mohawk,

      Mohawk, Wolf Ambassador Extraordinaire!
      https://howlingforjustice.wordpress.com/2011/05/08/mohawk-wolf-ambassador-extraordinaire/

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  4. Soo cute!

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  5. Geez – they sure are cute. I just want to hug them & never let go.

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    • Me too traeh79ramses.

      N.

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      • i feel the same way

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  6. what beautiful amazing pups..love and peace to them and their mama and papa!

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    • kathleen…..They are the sweetest babies. I look at them and think of the upcoming wolf hunts. Some of the wild wolf pups will only be 5 months old or could be younger. Idaho will be using snares, archery, trapping, calling, baiting and of course guns. How could anyone harm wolf babies like these or their families. That is what is going to happen if the wolf hunts go forward. Fortunately these wolf puppies are safe but their wild brothers are in serious, serious danger.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  7. Yes – they are very sweet. They are being bred in Captivity – and there is only one pure Wolf and many Wolf Dogs – I feel that the true Wolf and his nature will be wiped out and changed by breeding more Hybrids which is against the Law in Texas already – no more Hybrids – please do not represent these Animals as Wolves – they are very different in Character – and DNA.

    Also I feel that these animals are exploited – we have signed many a petition for animals to be free and not to be bred in captivity even though it is a good Idea to breed some Wolves – but they should be pure to preserve the true Wolf – not a Wolf Dog – I love them too – but we are not helping the species when we breed them with dogs –

    They are lovable and cute when they are small – but none of them make good pets – so you can go in and see all these animals and the only reason that they are there is to make money from people coming to see them. This kind of thing had a horrible ending for another captive Pack – which also belonged to the Nez Perce – so I hope this will not happen with the Animals that are now with the Wolf People.

    Most Sanctuaries do not have open doors for anybody to come and see them any time – there are only special tours and not often – the people that KNOW Wolves know what to do with these Animals so they will not get stressed –

    I hope these Animals will have a decent live – that’s all I can hope for.

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    • Morrigan…..Wolf People is a wolf educational facility. ALL their wolves are pure wolves.

      I do not understand your statement:”They are being bred in Captivity – and there is only one pure Wolf and many Wolf Dogs.” Where did you get this information? Have you ever visited Wolf People? Also you made this statement: “please do not represent these Animals as Wolves – they are very different in Character – and DNA.”

      THESE PUPPIES ARE PURE WOLVES, NOT WOLF DOGS. I think you need to educate yourself about Wolf People.

      Nancy Taylor, the owner of Wolf People, has been involved with wolf education since 1993. The pups are pure wolves. They will be ambassador wolves who will help educate the public about the magnificent nature of wolves. I can tell you they are very well taken care of. Not sure what your point is?

      WOLF PEOPLE

      https://www.facebook.com/mobileprotection#!/pages/Wolf-People/113354072025791

      N.

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  8. Adorable!

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  9. How could anyone want to harm these beautiful animals!
    Great photos!

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  10. Omg they are so cute so adorable i hope they be safe and healthy…

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  11. I work at Wolf People and have known the owner, Nancy Taylor for over 20 years. I have no idea why anyone would make claims that WP’s wolves are hybrids! If “Morrigan Black” had ever visited WP, he or she would know that the wolves are not “on display” at all times, as it was put. Typically, wolves are at the pen at the store are not there for more than one day at a time. People can only see the wolves where they live if they go on one of the daily tours. Each two wolves lives in about 5000 sq ft enclosures, with varied terrain, bushes, trees, etc. They can dig dens if they choose and also have dog houses which they pretty much only use to lay on top of 🙂 Wolf People also has a 5 acre “playpen” for the wolves, where pairs can spend a whole day at a time. Wolf People is there for the purpose of educating people about wolves. It is not a big moneymaker, thats for sure! Profits from the store go to pay for the care and feeding of the wolves. Wolf People does SEVERAL educational outreach programs each year, where they will take a wolf to a school or other event. These wolves born and living in captivity are ambassadors for the wild wolves;if people had to wait until they saw a wolf in the wild to get inspired to help wolves, we would have a whole lot fewer wolf supporters! If you could only see, like i do, how a persons face changes the first time they actually see a wolf… Wolf People makes wolf advocates out of regular people every day of the year, and they deserve credit for that, not unfounded accusations by someone who has obviously never even visited there!

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  12. OMG these are such awesome animals always wanted to cuddle one
    🙂
    hope they enjoy their lives

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  13. Not related to this post, just to tell you it has been impossible to open “231 Fallen Wolves”. Received the notice on my email, but nothing appears when I open Howling for Justice link.

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    • Patricia….that’s strange, I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that I updated it?? I’ll write to Word Press about it. Sorry. You can always view it on the front page of the blog, it’s the memorial to the fallen wolves.

      Also please let me know if you have any further problems. I will be publishing a new post after Thanksgiving. If you have problems opening the link sent to you for any future posts please let me know. It’s important to me that my subscribers are getting working links.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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