Where Wolves Belong

Letters to the Editor / Juneau Empire / January 18, 2004

I read with interest the tale of the black wolf and it took me back some 10 years ago. You see, I used to own a timber wolf, purchased from a relative of the owners of the Tenino Wolf Farm in Washington. I can say through experience that wolves, although they are fascinating creatures, belong in the wild, away from misguided humans. I have many fond memories of "Sarge," but we (people) do the wolf great harm by trying to domesticate it. Such a noble animal deserves to be wild and free. Thank you for your story.

Paul Miller / Ridgefield WA

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