Woman Adopts Wolf From Shelter Who Wouldn’t Have Survived In The Wild

woman adopts wolf refuge would not survive nature

A kind-hearted woman adopts a wolf from a shelter because his mother had rejected him and he had little chance of surviving.

In the animal kingdom, it is rare for puppies to be abandoned by their mother, but this type of case usually happens, fortunately there are people who look after the well-being of all kinds of animals, like Alida the did with a wolf cub that she was rejected by her mother in a shelter.

Kira is a wolf who was abandoned by her mother when she was only three days old and couldn’t survive in the wild. Unfortunately, Kira’s mother didn’t accept her, and neither did her siblings. So the shelter staff had to decide what to do with them.

Kira’s mother lived with a family, but they couldn’t take care of her and she ended up in the shelter. her babies were born there, but she immediately rejected them.

A woman adopts a wolf from a shelter

woman adopts wolf

The little ones were cared for and hand-fed by the shelter staff so that they had the nutrients they needed to grow.

Woman adopts Kira wolf

Meanwhile, shelter staff were looking for permanent homes so that the little ones would have a better chance of surviving their new lives and growing up without problems.

Woman adopts a wolf

However, things were not so easy, since they were born in a refuge, they did not know how to live in the middle of nature. Fortunately, Alida appeared, a Russian woman who decided to take Kira in to give her all the care she needed and a forever home.

kira thriving

Alida told Bored Panda:

I took her out of daycare when she was 28 days old. She’s smart but very stubborn. When she makes decisions, she focuses on herself, not me. From the start, I started the process of their socialization. I saw many dogs, people and children.

The only way to give Kira another chance was to train her to be a pet, and Alida was ready to take care of her.

Kira growing up

His socialization process was an important part of his upbringing, as wolves are generally afraid of new things in their environment.

The woman walked with Kira through different places so she could experience smells, sounds, and get used to a strange environment for her.

tamed kira

Alida said:

It was a very difficult, long and tedious process, but necessary for Kira to be able to live with me in an urban environment and feel comfortable.

In training there were a lot of problems, but all of them were solved over time and little by little the work paid off.

friendly Kira

Her domestic personality emerged and she began to socialize with people, she did not respond to aggression from other dogs and tried to be calm. Soon, Kira got used to the modern world and embarked on hundreds of adventures, becoming an incredible and fearless tame wolf.

Alina and Kira

Kira is now one year old and loved by her family, especially her 7-year-old brother, whom she treats with great love.

Alida commented:

People are reacting with curiosity on the street, asking for pictures and asking if it’s safe to live with a wolf, especially since I have a child at home.”

Kira and Alida

The woman tries to answer questions from passers-by and clarifies that living with Kira is the best thing that could have happened to them. In real life, people act normal towards Kira because she is friendly, but on the internet a lot of people disagree.

lovely kira

For them, having a predatory animal at home is stupid and dangerous, but they don’t really know Kira’s true story.

Alida added:

“We live with it, breaking people’s stereotypes about wolves. Is it difficult to educate such a beast competently? Very. But he knew what he was doing.

After so much work and dedication, Kira is fully domesticated and a normal pet like any other who appreciates her comfort.

Woman adopts friendly wolf

The most important thing is that Alida gave him the help he needed so much, and now he can have a family forever.

If you want to follow Kira, you can do so through her Instagram and Tik Tok accounts.

Images: Instagram / she.s.a.wolf


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