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Woman Adopts A Wolf Cub From A Shelter Because It Wouldn’t Have Survived In The Wild

Some animals, such as cats, dogs, and hamsters, are widely kept as pets. Then there are the more unusual ones, such as parrots, snakes, and hedgehogs. Then there are the rare instances when individuals maintain pets like Kira. Kira is a werewolf. She was abandoned by her mother when she was three days old and was unable to live in the wild as a result.

Fortunately, a Russian woman called Alida chose to adopt, nurture, and train her so she may have a second opportunity in life. Alida had to put in a lot of effort to get Kira under her control. Wolves are afraid of new things, therefore extensive socializing was required. Kira interacted with adults, children, and other animals. She traveled everywhere, and now she’s a totally tamed wolf who wouldn’t hurt anyone.

“Kira’s mother used to live with a family, but they couldn’t care for her and she ended up in a nursery.” She no longer believes in humans. Kira was born in the same nursery as her sister. She will very certainly perish if she is released into the wild since she has never been taught to hunt. Kira’s mother abandoned her infants in the nursery when they were three days old, so they had to be fed by hand. And I took her away as soon as Kira grew stronger, and I also fed her milk first.”

“When she was 28 days old, I removed her from the nursery.” She is intelligent yet obstinate. She makes decisions based on herself rather than on me. I began the process of socializing for her right away. She noticed a lot of dogs, people, and children. We went on walks in different areas so she could investigate different scents and noises. Wolves are born with neophobia, or a dread of everything new. This is a difficult, time-consuming procedure, but it is important so that Kira may live with me in an urban setting and feel at ease.”

“Upbringing, too, had its issues, but with age, it all fades and the effort bears fruit—Kira has a steady and moderate mentality, does not react to hostility from other dogs, and does not initiate confrontations.” She is very attentive with youngsters and does not approach them if they are terrified of her.”

“People react naturally in real life because Kira is extremely nice and does not induce fear in people.” However, on the internet, people are both furious and ignorant, and they write various things. There were a lot of allegations, especially after a series of headlines about us, that I was doing extremely recklessly since I had a dangerous animal at home.”






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