The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center is a center where all kinds of wild animals can live their life freely. This center is: “One of very few sanctuaries in the United States which has been certified by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). With this title we are able to go beyond education and into application. CWWC actively participates in the Species Survival Program by providing a home to Mexican Grey Wolves and Swift Foxes. We also practice conservation in the sanctuary’s daily life by using environmentally friendly ink, biodegradable trash bags, participating in recycling programs, and “adopting” Twin Rocks Road to keep it trash free.”
The video below will leave you speechless. Once you see what happens in the video, you will understand that not all wild animals act wild if you don’t pose a threat to them. If you have good intentions, then they will understand that. Animals can sense your emotions, therefore they can easily understand your intentions towards them.
So when this girl named Danielle approached a wolf named Kekoa, she was amazed by the wolf’s reaction. The wolf was far from wild and aggressive. Kekoa started licking Danielle’s face, right after she started petting the giant wolf. From what we can see in this short video, looks like the two of them share a bond.
You have got to see the video yourself, to believe that wolves are not necessarily wild and aggressive. They could be sweet and caring if you show them love.