By Mircea Costina

Pakistan man rescues rare abandoned Indian wolf pup

Omer, a man from Pakistan, found an Indian wolf pup (Canis lupus pallipes) that was alone in the wild. He said that when he found her, he looked for the mother wolf, but soon found that the mother had been killed by hunters.

He then made the decision to rescue the baby wolf, who is about 1 1/2 months old, and attempt to help her to survive. Omar has been feeding her some milk and chicken to keep her alive.

He is concerned for the baby wolf and says he must hide her from the local people because he lives in an area where people hunt and kill wolves. Since she is a wild wolf, he will take care of her until she is strong enough to be released back into the wild.



What Me Worry, I Never Do

by Megan Frauenhoffer

acrylic ink, 2013

Anonymous asked:
Hi! I'm getting a wolf tattooed on my thigh next week, how was your experience getting tattooed? How was the pain?

I have an extremely high pain tolerance, so for me getting my rib cage tattooed for almost 3 hours straight was easy peasy pumpkin peasy


Thighs typically are one of the less painful spots when it comes to getting tattooed, so if you normally don’t start crying by the slightest bit of pain I guess you’ll be fine!

Good luck next week! If you want to, I’d love to see the result :)

fox-cache asked:
I hate to add to your already massive inbox, but I was wondering if the black and grey colouration only occurs in old wolves, or if it can happen with younger wolves? Thank you! :)

(I’m assuming you mean the combination of black and gray in a single wolf’s fur - correct me if I’m wrong)

It’s typical for an older, black coated wolf to gain gray “highlights” as a result of age, but this can appear in a wolf’s fur no matter the age.

Here are some real gorgeous black-and-gray fur colours ranging from predominantly black to predominantly gray










By Stefan Betz

Anonymous asked:
To extend the if wolves prefer the right or left side question I read that, like dogs, more wolves have a right paw preference over the left. I also found that left paw preference is more common in male dogs, though I'm not sure this is true with wolves.

Thanks a lot! Do you remember where reading this? I’m interesting in having a look at it!

Hudson Bay wolves (Canis lupus hudsonicus) by J. A. Kok

(Source: wolveswolves)

Anonymous asked:
Hi there! Just a quick question - I was wondering what blood types wolves have. I couldn't really find it on the internet, though I did find the blood types wolves have. Do they share the same blood types? If not, do you perhaps have a source about blood types of wolves? I hope it's not much of a bother. Thank you! ^-^

I never learned anything about this, so I did some quick research but could only find something for canines in general.

Canine blood types are denoted by “DEA,” (Dog Erythrocyte Antigen). They are broken down into eight categories:
DEA 1.1
DEA 1.2

This article may be of interest to you. Good luck!

Anonymous asked:
Okay I've got another perhaps strange question (like the blood type one): do wolves have a preference for using a certain side, like left or right, like humans do? Say, open door first a preferred paw or whatever?

Yes! Like most animals, each individual wolf has a preference in handedness.

By Joshua McCullough

(Source: wolveswolves)

Weekday wolf dress by ASOS, $43.82

Submitted by sammymlee

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Tomorrow is my assesment for my graduation art work!

This is a test photo of one of my final works - I used it to get your attention for the following:

I need artists who work with the theme:

"The relationship between humans / the human body and technology"

If you know anything, (preferably fine arts, but movies, comics, ánything fine as well), please let me know!!!

(Source: wolveswolves)

By Stefan Seidel

(Source: wolveswolves)