Having lost in district court against an angry landlord who made it look like the animals were destroying his house when we were watching and cleaning up 24-7 ; we had to move “all the sudden!”
By the way . . . I’ve been meaning to start this blog for a long time. This is the first Authentic Wolf Woman Blog.
It’s a good place to start in the journey as I’ve just been “delivered” into the mouth where town meets wilderness we have permission to be in; as it’s on private land.
I had to evacuate the wolf pack very quickly! At the end ; we just “had to get them out of there!”
One group of puppies looked very sad and had to be cared for along the way at a pet-friendly hotel.
The rest spent the night in their transport vehicles. We had locations for “just puppies” etc; however; anything other than the warm welcome of “running with your family and friends where all your favorite nanny’s and allies are by your side” ; I’m certain is the best medicine.
I don’t know what will happen or how long this location might work. (Or not) and if it “doesn’t work” who the new scared people will be. I’m hoping THIS TIME; if possible; as I always would prefer: to be more connected socially sooner and perhaps creating more integration or friendly willingness to work with us with kindness and training techniques for desired outcomes from anyone nearby ; at least until we have a base camp deeper into the wilderness.
It’s always better to ally more than one. (Even for wolves.) three is better.
I’ve been dropped here all alone (at least as a human)! Where’s my human pack? It’s more sad and harder and scarier alone. I’m doing it. Moment by moment; and it would be more sustainable and enjoyable with more than one person as the pack steward here.