THANK YOU FIREMEN! !!!!!!!!! God bless you for saving those precious little babies.
Thanks to the firemen and the fish and wildlife people. I have been following this fire almost from the start as I have relatives right near the fire. In fact they were warned to be ready to evacuate but luck was with them and they didn't have to leave. But the fire was very near to their home. Scary for sure.
Firefighters are true heroes. I'm sure that they wouldn't have disturbed these wolf pups if it was clear that they'd be okay. These creatures are best left in the wild, but I think it's likely that these animals would have died without this life saving intervention. They won't have their freedom, but they will have medical attention and a good life thanks to the firefighters who rescued them! Well done, firefighters!
Maybe you can report on the 192000+ acres lost in this Kenai Peninsula fire we are currently still fighting for 11 days now? Yes, it is great these wolf pups were rescued but how many other animals have been lost along with the refuge lands lost where these pups were rescued?
Nice pups, but what is a 'savage porcupine attack'? Porcupines generally only defend themselves, they do not 'attack' other animals. More poor writing skills on display. Plus, what other kinds of 'attacks' would they do if not 'savage'? Random, maybe? Or a 'kind' attack, or a 'surprise' attack? Hmmmmm......
Aw, how cute are they!!! Glad they are ok.
I want to thank the Fire Fighters for this wonderful save! Wolves are now back under assault, as several states are importing professional hunters to "harvest" wolves.Please help the wolves in the United States further by signing this petition:http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/states-are-reckless-pleaseAgain, Thank you Smoke Jumpers for showing grace under pressure!
On why way to sign and will share on me facebook!
Leave it to a fire fighter. They give a damn about life. Thank you :)
They are just so cute!!!! Firefighter's thank you for not leaving them to die in the fire! So glad they have a home at the Zoo, they will be well cared for:)
good to hear keep them away from the ******** who are big tough men with there rifles