A Wolf Dying Of Hypothermia Is Rescued & Rehabilitated [vid]

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Post by duskypack » Thu Jun 02, 2016 11:57 am

Awesome video! The text slides are already translated, just hit the CC button for subtitles and it has every slide in English. What a heartwarming story of kind people! Also, the wolf is kind of adorable ^p^ I wonder how that one woman felt, giving mouth to mouth to a wolf. Did it say why he didn't try to defend himself?
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Post by Frodo1 » Sat Jun 18, 2016 4:06 am

Wow, this is really amazing!

I'm honestly just struck by how calm he seemed through all this-- of course he was exhausted and weak from his experiences, but at least in the video he didn't even seem like he was trying to run away. That amazes me, given that wolves are for the most part afraid of humans. It kind of makes you wonder what was going through his mind- it almost seems like he knew they were trying to help, especially during that scene when they were feeding him eggs from a bowl. He was strong enough and aware enough to eat, but he wasn't trying to get away at all... which seriously, that just amazes me. Now I'm not saying wild wolves are friendly or anything like that-- I wouldn't try and pet one if I had the chance lol, except for a controlled situation with an animal ambassador or something like that-- but you know, these guys are smart... I just really wish we could know what animals are thinking sometimes. It would be really interesting to see their thought process.

But man, I'm glad to see him up on his feet again toward the end of the video! Hopefully he continues to recover and can be successfully released again.

I can't even imagine doing rescue breathing on a wolf though... what a wild experience! o.o
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Post by Kamaal » Sat Jun 18, 2016 4:20 am

Such an amazing video! I'm glad the animal has fully recovered. It must've been a breathtaking experience for the individuals who helped him recover.
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