Save the Profanity Peak Wolf Pack!
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The Lockwood Animal Rescue Center (LARC) has requested permission from the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (DFW) to use non-lethal means in the removal of 6 wolves from the Ferry County region known as the Profanity Peak Wolf Pack (2 adults and 4 pups) that are slated to be killed. Upon rescuing the wolves, we will bring them to safety and a permanent home at our wolf sanctuary in Southern California. The rescue team will be supported by both local law enforcement and government agencies who sign off on our rescue plan. LARC has performed multiple rescues in partnership with state and government agencies throughout the U.S., including rescues in Alaska, New Hampshire, the U.S./Mexico border, and beyond. We need your help convincing DFW to approve our plan and bring these wolves to safety.
LARC’s main focus is to protect wolves. LARC also operates a sanctuary for non-releasable, injured or human-imprinted wolves that can no longer carry on in a wild wolf pack. Since the Profanity Peak Wolf Pack is scheduled to be eliminated, LARC has come to realize that that the best option is relocating this pack to our wolf sanctuary where they can live out their lives. It is with a heavy heart that we choose to take a wild wolf into our sanctuary setting because that should only be an absolute last resort. However, the choice is made easier when the only other option is death by shotgun blast. Therefore, we are offering all the necessary funding, equipment, and manpower to carry out the rescue. All we need from DFW is written permission to fly a helicopter over Ferry County and remove the remaining members of the wolf pack from Washington. LARC can give these wolves a second chance at life at the Lockwood Animal Rescue Center. At LARC, they will help some of the U.S. military’s most celebrated wounded Veterans heal in a secluded, back to nature setting.
Below are links to some of our rescues and our Veteran/wolf healing program, Warriors and Wolves. With your help, we can give these wolves another chance at life. Please sign our petition for permission from DFW to rescue these wolves!
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