January 12, 2010

Yes. The wolf will probably be a better parent than you for asking this

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17 comments:

  1. This is a legit question. There has not been a single recorded wolf attack in the history of the world

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  2. I like the picture. it is a nice touch

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  3. You know, when I clicked this question, the add on the side of the page says, "RT Wolf cubs live from the forest" Doesn't make that much sense, but it was about wolves ok :) By the way, How could you think it's ok to keep a wolf...

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  4. On one hand, if you managed to tie it up without getting ripped apart, there might be something legitimate in this question.

    On the other hand, it's a wild animal and you're letting your one-year-old around it unsupervised . . .

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  5. No recorded wolf attacks? Where did you get that information.

    While wolves generally avoid humans, there are several recorded wolf attacks in history.

    Source: http://en.wikipeida.org/wiki/Wolf_attacks_on_humans

    Each case is documented by the way.

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  6. hahaha you prove it with wikipedia

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  7. For those to lazy to type out the pictures URL: I did it for you :)

    http://i978.photobucket.com/albums/ae264/ashantifan1224/wolf_we_found.jpg

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  8. i guess its not bad enough that you allow your one year old to go outside unsupervised, the wolf is just an added bonus. way to go Mom Of The Year . now go get your tubes tied

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  9. someone should call the authorities on this woman for reckless endangerment of a child. poor child

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  10. motherof 2yearolds!January 18, 2010 at 9:54 PM

    for starters, if u managed to tie it up, well done! Your lucky u dint lose ur arm/leg or more!
    Second, Wolves r like Snakes and other wild animals, they only attack humans when provoked of threatened.
    Third what the hell r u doing keeping it? r u crazy???
    Forth, If u really do leave ur child around it un supervised n expect ur 1 n a half yr old to listen wen u say "stay away" then u deserve to be sectioned n stuck in the looney bin!

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  11. Wolves attack to defend themselves or when they otherwise feel a genuine need to.

    News flash: You don't know how to care for a wolf. If you are keeping it tied up, you are preventing it from fending for itself, and if it's hungrier than the food you provide....

    You're child is far too young to listen to such instruction, and maybe that's a good thing. I don't think genes like yours will carry on for too long, anyway.

    Who the hell ties up a wild wolf??? What could you possibly stand to gain? This should be reported to local wildlife protection services.

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  12. One look at the photo answers my question. Thanks Chrisman.

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  14. If your kid were 1, I would be worried... but since they're 1 and a half, everything should be okay.

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  15. maybe the wolf's smarter than her, and it will skip the baby and the dog and go for her.

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  16. if you click the link, she says she had animal control pick up the wolf. DID THEY NOT CALL CPS??!!

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  17. this is actually a coyote, not a wolf lol

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