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Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Tue Feb 23, 2016 10:36 am
by twinlinskis
i would live with them if i were studying their behaviors and familial structure. even though i'm familiar with said behaviors due to documentaries and a bit of research (i was a big time wolfaboo back in the day ok don't judge me), i think it's a totally different experience to watch them out in the field. plus, you develop this form of familiarity with them and get attached to them-- as with anything you put a lot of time an effort into, right?-- so you feel as if you're a part of their family unit, even though they don't even know you exist lol

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Tue Feb 23, 2016 8:01 pm
by Kyrinth
La Striata wrote:
Kyrinth wrote:
Oh, most definitely! Forget life with humans.
Enjoy your intestinal worms. :twisted:
Of course. Gladly. c:

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Tue Feb 23, 2016 8:08 pm
by valkea
Kyrinth wrote:
La Striata wrote:
Kyrinth wrote:
Oh, most definitely! Forget life with humans.
Enjoy your intestinal worms. :twisted:
Gladly. :p
Please make sure you have at least three words (not counting smilies or those in quotes) in your posts, otherwise they will be considered spam.

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Wed Feb 24, 2016 5:01 am
by Kiba009
Yes! I have my person whom I look up to. It's our dear L. David Mech. I have all of his books. He is my hero. I wish I can be someday like him. If would have the chance to live with wolves...I'll catch it and never let it go...

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Tue Mar 15, 2016 5:30 am
by Phasoli
Perhaps, but not in the way everyone might assume i would. I would live something like how Jim and Jamie Dutcher did when attempting to raise the Sawtooth pack. I would live with them in the sense that I would have them in my backyard so they may come and go as they please, but physically living with wolves and sharing quarters with them is not generally something i'd look forward to. All i need is for them to stay wild and beautiful. Should they tolerate my human interaction, then i'll permit it. but nothing more. That's my ideal way to live with wolves.

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Mon Apr 04, 2016 3:30 pm
by Dragonbot
That's hard.... There are some complications....

1. The wolves would prooooobably not trust me. :wolf:
2. I can't/don't want to eat raw meat :pawprint:
3. I can't run as fast or for as long as the wolves can, so i would often fall behind
4. The Alpha would probably hate me, and/or see me as a challenger :wolf:
5. I wouldn't be able to tell where one territory ends and another starts, let alone which way the elk went. :moose:
6. I would probably catch a cold or some other disease not 1 week into the adventure. :cry:

And there is probably a million more problems.... But, let's fantasize that all those problems didn't exist! If they didn't, i would TOTALLY go live with the wolf pack!

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Mon Apr 04, 2016 4:44 pm
by alethe
hrskoala wrote: 4. The Alpha would probably hate me, and/or see me as a challenger :wolf:
wild wolf packs do not have "alphas." They are a closely knit family.

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Thu Apr 07, 2016 5:40 pm
by ScarletAurora
Actually I already live with two of them, I have a black female artic wolf and a Grey male Timber wolf :mrgreen:

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Fri Apr 08, 2016 6:18 am
by La Striata
ScarletAurora wrote:Actually I already live with two of them, I have a black female artic wolf and a Grey male Timber wolf :mrgreen:
Where did you get them?

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Fri Apr 08, 2016 2:13 pm
by alethe
ScarletAurora wrote:Actually I already live with two of them, I have a black female artic wolf and a Grey male Timber wolf :mrgreen:
Photos would be nice to back up your claim, as I know in most states wolves require extensive permits to own.

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 4:05 am
by LakotaTheOmega
I would definitely have that chance

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Mon Apr 25, 2016 11:38 am
by Dorken
ScarletAurora wrote:Actually I already live with two of them, I have a black female artic wolf and a Grey male Timber wolf :mrgreen:
"Black arctic wolves" do not exist, I'm afraid.

Lovely as it'd be to feel like I was more in tune with nature, I could not live with wolves. Not as if they'd tolerate me anyway.

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2016 1:34 am
by Silver Mist Wolf
No. Absolutely not.

- I don't have survival skills
- The wolves would not tolerate me, as they are wild animals
- I would starve to death
- I wouldn't be able to keep up with the wolves
- If the wolves didn't kill me for being a threat, then something else would
- I would rapidly fall ill or diseased

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Fri Nov 18, 2016 3:15 am
by FuzzyDesertPaw
No,for sure.I don't think to live with them is a good option
Silver Mist Wolf wrote:No. Absolutely not.

- I don't have survival skills
- The wolves would not tolerate me, as they are wild animals
- I would starve to death
- I wouldn't be able to keep up with the wolves
- If the wolves didn't kill me for being a threat, then something else would
- I would rapidly fall ill or diseased
I'm 100% with Silver

Re: Would you live with wolves if you had a chance to?

Posted: Thu Nov 24, 2016 11:11 pm
by jaguartail
Silver Mist Wolf wrote:No. Absolutely not.

- I don't have survival skills
- The wolves would not tolerate me, as they are wild animals
- I would starve to death
- I wouldn't be able to keep up with the wolves
- If the wolves didn't kill me for being a threat, then something else would
- I would rapidly fall ill or diseased
This exactly.
ScarletAurora wrote:Actually I already live with two of them, I have a black female artic wolf and a Grey male Timber wolf :mrgreen:
Assuming you do not literally live in Yellowstone or another wolf habitat - Since legitimate wolves cannot legally be sold as pets, someone has tricked you into buying a (probably low content) wolfdog.