When the bell sounded, Tony Littlewolf was fast asleep. In the receiver, a strange male voice was heard. The caller began begging for help for the puppies, who would die before morning if they were not rescued immediately.
Tony later discovered that the man was a gardener for a breeder. He thought the puppies were undeveloped and ill, so he left them in the cold in their cage. They’d probably freeze there till sunrise.
These are wolf puppies, as it turns out. They were barely 12-13 days old at the time. They’d been drinking their mother’s milk for a day.
Tony was familiar with this breeder, so she contacted him to organize the transport of the pups.
“I have three that I won’t be able to sell.” To Tony’s request, the breeder answered, “If you want, pick it up right now.”
The puppies were rescued, and after an examination, the rescuer discovered that they were in bad shape! The pupwere unclean, underweight, and parasite-infested. They couldn’t even drink from a bottle since they didn’t know how. They required medical attention, care, and treatment.
The woman did the best she could with what she had. She slept by them, fed them every two hours, and never left them alone. Tonya gave the puppies to the reserve as they got stronger and matured.
It’s been 12 years since they were rescued. The puppies have matured into adult wolves that are extremely kind and compassionate. Wolves adore humans and the attention they provide.
I’d want to express my gratitude to Tony for not being frightened to take charge of three tiny lives. The wolves were able to survive because of her.