7 years ago, Yuki the wolf was saved from euthanasia, and look what he has become nowBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/7-years-ago-yuki-the-wolf-was-saved-from-euthanasia-and-look-what-he-has-become-now
Seven years ago, the owners of a wolf named Yuki abandoned him and gave him to a shelter. The shelter workers could not keep a wild animal for a long time, so in the end they decided to euthanize the wolf. But then representatives of another animal protection organization intervened, who took the animal for themselves.
In seven years, Yuki has become a real handsome man and even found himself a "bride"! Read more about this below.
Recently, a photo of a huge black wolf and a miniature girl sitting next to it blew up the Internet. Many users, because of the impressive size of the animal, said that it was Photoshop. Then they tried to get to the truth, and what they eventually managed to find out touched the hearts of even the most cynical commentators.
It turned out that the wolf in the photo is real. From birth, he was raised as a pet, but in 2012 the owners abandoned him and sent him to a shelter. The volunteers could not keep the predator together with other pets, so they decided to put poor Yuki to sleep.
So Yuki began to live with other wild animals, but at the same time he was a very good-natured and friendly wolf. The volunteers said that he loves to play with visitors' clothes. And, having played enough, always returns things to their owners, unharmed.
For seven years in the shelter, Yuki even had a bride — a wolf named Bella. The volunteers said that this couple spends a lot of time together. And very often Yuki and Bella can't share food.
The shelter workers surrounded the animal with care and warmth. In the photo you can see how much Yuki has grown since 2012. Now he is a real giant! Happy and satisfied with his new place of residence.Thanks to shelters like Shy Wolf Sanctuary, wild animals can avoid euthanasia and live happily with their fellows. Such organizations are very important for the preservation of the population of wild animals, which the owners first try to tame, and then give up to the mercy of fate in ordinary nurseries.
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