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WE HAVE THREE NEW RESCUES!Click the image below to sponsor one!
Motaki is a female mid-content wolfdog. She arrived at Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary on October 8, 2021 at 3 years old. Motaki was a privately owned pet in Idaho, where she was greatly loved by her family. Unfortunately, one day the family’s young son stuck his arm into Motaki’s enclosure and was bitten, and her owners were given 14 days to find sanctuary placement.
Dedicated to Wolf and Wolfdog Rescue and Sanctuary
We are not an adoption agency. Instead, we welcome animals from all over the United States and each rescue is provided with permanent, safe sanctuary and lifelong care through nutrition, medical support, enrichment, and animal companionship, when applicable.
To further support our rescues, the team also focuses on educational efforts that seek to inform the general public about the animals in our care, both in the wild and in captivity.
As a non-profit organization, we do not receive government funding and rely almost entirely on donations to support our operations.
To learn more about how you can help support our work and our rescues, visit our “How You Can Help” page!
The Howling Reporter Magazine
Twice a year we publish a beautiful, full-color magazine for our Howling Supporters! This publication contains news pertaining to the rescues, upcoming events, and opportunities to participate as a supporter; educational information; and features that support our three principles—rescue, sanctuary, and education.
As a leading wolf and wolfdog sanctuary that relies heavily on public donations, we could use your help!
Donations of $50 or more are eligible when you donate, create a membership, or sponsor a rescue! Check out your options!
The August, 2021 Howling Reporter cover, featuring high-content wolfdog, Naia!
View the most recent Howling Reporter magazine issues online, on our Howling Reporter page.
Ways You Can Help
As a non-profit organization, we do not receive government funding and rely almost entirely on donations to support our operations, but donations aren’t the only way to support our mission.
We rely heavily upon donations of money and resources to provide the highest quality care to all of our animals.
Donations can be made in honor of a loved one, and you can even choose to donate a monthly amount.
If you like to shop on Amazon, we have an Amazon Wish List, or you can use AmazonSmile to help us when shopping for yourself and others.
Sponsoring a rescue is a great way to show your support!
Not only are you helping us to feed and care for our rescues, but you can get some cool rewards for yourself, such as a sponsorship certificate and fridge magnet, which both feature your sponsored rescue!
Consider sponsoring your favorite critter, either for yourself, or as a gift for someone you know who loves animals!