Feb 29 2012

#305 Awareness (29)

From Sarah in Chicago, Illinois

Today’s link: Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary (New Mexico)

Our Mission:

  1. To operate and manage a lifetime sanctuary for displaced, unwanted, and un-releasable captive-bred wolves, wolf-dogs, and other related species, utilizing such resources as may be available from local, city, state, and private entities or individuals;
  2. To educate the general public about wolves, wolf-dogs, and other related species and our environmental and ecological issues related to wildlife;
  3. To generate self-supporting, sustainable revenue resources to assist in the financial support of the sanctuary.

Feb 16 2012

#292 Awareness (16)

From Autumn in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Today’s link: wolfsanctuary.net

Wolf was established in order to improve the quality of life for all wolves and wolf-dogs.

Our mission will be met by accomplishing the following strategic objectives:
Rescue – save captive-bred wolves and wolf-dogs whose caretakers are no longer able to provide for them, for whatever reason.
Sanctuary – provide life-long homes that take into account not only the animal’s physical requirements but also its emotional needs.
Education – teach the general public about wolves in order to foster more realistic opinions concerning their value in the wild and the compromises required of their spirit due to captivity.