“Cute Baby Wolf Puppy Playing at the San Diego Zoo”

I couldn’t resist posting this cute little video of two month old wolf pup Shadow ❤

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Video: Courtesy YouTube San Diego Zoo

Posted in: gray wolf

Tags: Shadow the wolf pup, San Diego Zoo, cuteness overload

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Published in: on February 16, 2015 at 1:23 am  Comments (25)  
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  1. Shadow is so sweet

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  2. Shadow was so sweet…wish I had one

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    • Wolves are wild animals, even when in a zoo. Humans cannot even care properly for cats and dogs. Humans should not “have” wild animals. If humans want to help these animals, we need to protect their remaining wild habitat, get livestock off public lands, stop hunting and trapping–that should keep us busy for some time–and it would really help these native wild beings, along with the grizzly, coyotes, lynx, bobcat, mountain lion, and millions of others.

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  3. Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:
    jinxx ♠ xoxo

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  4. Please DO not promote zoos by focusing on the “cute” neonate/adolescent nonhuman animals who have the misfortune to be born there.Shadow is beatiful and innocent- It is a shame she was born into slavery at one of the worst zoos in America. I hope you are at peace Umoya elephant.
    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/11/animal-rights-groups-blast-san-diego-zoo-over-death-of-elephant.html

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  5. Melts my heart 🙂

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  6. Oxytocin overload.

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  7. What a darling – and I always love big puppy feet that they grow into. He’s got German Shepherd feet, or maybe a German Shepherd puppy has wolf feet! 🙂

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    • ida…He’s such a sweet innocent little guy. I love his face ❤

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  8. zoo’s are prisons for non-human animals. they exist for the purposes of humans and the interests of the unwilling inmates are decided by economic reasons. many zoo’s sell their older animals to canned hunts or to people who sell their flesh for consumption in order to make room for younger, more profitable “exhibits”. if you wish to learn the truth about zoo’s please read this:
    http://www.all-creatures.org/articles/ar-zoos.html

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    • Thanks, Markgil, for your much-needed Reality Check on these animal entertainment prisons, called “zoos.” These prisons have existed for centuries, and despite their slick marketing campaigns that paint them as “educational” or “humane,” they exist to “exhibit” wild animals, for the worst of “Humanist” enjoyment. No one on a blog that “cares about animals” should step foot in these places –unless they are doing undercover work to expose them.
      We should not accept the premise that somehow these wild lives are “better off or safer” in a zoo–this is zoo propaganda, clear and simple.

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      • it is just so sad that people who claim to care about non-human animals would willingly support any form of exploitation of them. there is a HUGE difference between a sanctuary and a zoo-sanctuary’s exist for the non-human animal victims and zoo’s exist for the human animal exploiters. Shadow most likely faces a life of extreme confinment and the complete suppression of his or her natural instincts. in reality, the people who run zoo’s are no better than the people who run puppy mills.

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  9. I look at Shadow and my heart melts. I simply don’t understand how anyone could kill wolves.

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    • Because you have not seen how they must live.

      Humans, who are shocked by things, learn first to fear, then when they get firearms and socialize or are born to those that fear, they learn to hate – and like a drug, they cannot cease from this way of being.
      Those are the people I have met From WY to Northern CA – who just wan t to eliminate anything that causes them fear.

      But I sincerely hope that San Diego Zoo will give up this pup to the Julian place about 40 miles up , where he will have some wolf companions and natural surroundings, however small (that’s where they rescue wolves and have bred some of the Mexican Wolves for release). It used to be snowy there in winter, but with climate heating, is dryer and hotter – Wolves need cold, as their metabolism cannot take what human like (without the human being warmly clad).

      Wolves can become friendly with humans when a bit younger than this pup, and so in the present North American gunplace, he would be in severe danger if freed. This breaks my heart, because I traveled for over 8 years with one big one, who knew how to do and be a wolf, but was always in danger from humans, unless near me and far from most of them.

      I don’t know if you guys know, but just NE of the redwood country where I am, two new wolves have been detected in Oregon’s Jackson County.
      So if they are mates, the OR-7/17 Rogue pair’s kids will maybe have some friends to meet.
      Since we have deer, wild forest, and burgeoning elk (due to logging patches, this would be a great place for them to return very soon. I have discussed some of this with CA DFW guy (in CA< DFW is not so run by hunting lobbies as is ID< MT, WY, UT, AZ NM, etc.

      This youn gwolf needs adults to model skills, and ppeers to learn agility and play interaction to sharpen his reflexes. I hope he gets it.

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  10. Reblogged this on "OUR WORLD".

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  11. An absolute darling!!! Thank you 🙂

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    • You’re so welcome Anne, we have to take a break from the sadness and enjoy these amazing beings. I could watch the video all day 🙂

      For the wolves, For the wild one,s
      Nabeki

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  12. Can’t believe how much that looks like a husky puppy I had as a kid, “Nanook” (yes older brother was a Zappa fan).
    Unbelievable….

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  13. I know wild animals are supposed to be in the wild. But personally I’m delighted that that little fellow will be safe from being trapped and shot. Seeing him makes you realize even more how despicable the hunters and haters are.

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  14. OMG!!!!!!! CUTENESS OVERLOAD!!!!!!!!!! LOL, That little wolf pup……….. changed the word of cuteness… to a higher level, and good thing its in a home, were it can be free! not scared to be changed or shot or hunted.. its protected, thats all i want to see, is protection for these wolves… its all i want. And knowing that some.. are protected makes me feel better… but if all were protected… i would be over the moon happy 😥 but, sadly… it can’t happen… could it? would it? we have a voice! howling for the wolves, so they can have justice! HowlingForJustice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! New hastag, spreed it around ok? #HowlingForJustice. Or #TeamJustice or #TeamHowlingForJustice!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 Bye guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Be a supporter, not a hater! be a lover, not a hater! Be a howler, for justice. ❤ From: Carly ❤ With love!
    For the wolves, For the supporters.

    #HowlingForJustice
    #TeamJustice
    #TeamHowlingForJustice

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    • Many, many ❤ and howls to you Carly, isn't he the cutest boy?

      For the wolves, For sweet little Shadow,
      Nabeki

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  15. Reblogged this on and commented:
    How cute ❤

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    • 🙂

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      • It didn’t work for some reason so I went to find it on YouTube – gorgeous 🙂

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  16. Many years ago, my great grandfather would leave food out for the foxes, hedgehogs and other wildlife in his garden. He never went up to them or interacted.
    I have hear that it is actually a popular evening passtime for urban residents in London called “fox spotting”, you get to know individual animals, where they go and what they do with their time. It is very disheartening that the English have recently been inclined to increase the real fur fox stole trend after a child was bitten, some people are scared stupid I guess.
    Sure fur looks great. On the animal it belongs to. When said animal is alive. Anything else is just a tacky lifeless corpse rag for Neanderthals.

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