Rescue Mission: Ohio Trio!
In January of 2021, Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary received an intake request for a family of wolfdogs that were living as privately owned pets in Ohio. Unlike many of the rescues at Wild Spirit, the Ohio Pack were well loved and cared for by their owners, who had actually rescued the animals themselves approximately 4 years prior. Unfortunately, after years of marriage the couple decided to separate, leaving the Pack in need of a new forever home.
After placement with a Colorado-based rescue fell through due to zoning issues, Wild Spirit was contacted for assistance. Thankfully one of our largest and most naturalistic enclosures had just been opened up, providing us with the perfect space for a family of three!
These beautiful animals are in their new home at the sanctuary, and they have new names, voted on by our generous Howling Supporters!
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Rescue Mission: Mika & Stigma
Mika and Stigma came from Illinois in December, 2020. You can read more about them on Mika’s page, and Stigma’s page!
Rescue Mission: Irwin
Irwin, a high-content wolf-dog, was brought home on October 21st, 2020, from Oklahoma. You can read more about Irwin here!
Rescue Mission: Kenai
Kenai, low-content, male wolf-dog was brought to the sanctuary on June 27th, 2020, from Ohio. You can read more about Kenai here!
Rescue Mission: Obi
On June 15th, 2020, low-content, male wolf-dog, Obi arrived at the sanctuary from Washington state. You can read more about Obi here!