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wow wonderwoman, you sure caught up fast. i love this. so appropiate to my enviroment here in colorado. grand boy are you fast. i will get this when i can for my lonewolf adopted son i call him. he will love. take that to bank next month. first one and mayhaps 2. thank you so glad stacy got you going. janet
eponavisions, please tell me that Colorado isn’t trying to go barbaric, too! Should Colorado be on that list? I live in Idaho, so I am mostly familiar with The Butcher’s aims.
We used to have wolves in England you know, I can see everywhere in the world will end up the same as us unless it can be stopped.Good on you Dawn.
She ought not. The barbaric deeds are to end. Let us continue our efforts for her not to fade away.
Thank you for this precious t-shirt, Dawn.
I know. Are there any in Scotland still? I know Ireland shot all theirs. Are there still natives in preservation areas in England? Or are all natives extinct?
Thanks, Carmen. Let’s hope we’re successful. I’ve spent over a grand this month on this fight. It wears on the bank account quickly. It’s the advertising to get Joe Blow Public aware enough to put enough pressure on Congressmen who otherwise would just go along with the gunners.
We have a few here in Missouri the farmers hate them and animal lovers like myself want to see these animals survive.
I cannot figure out why some farmers are so intolerant of them. I farmed for years, and I never had a bit of problem with cayotes, cougars, wolves, or anything else. In fact, the cougar female would have her kits on the property, and never touched one chicken, duck or rabbit. Of course, I had good fences. My cattle and horses were never bothered, and neither were the goats or pigs. Makes no sense why anyone would object. They don’t attack animals unless those animals are weaker than they should be, and, let’s be honest, its their territory in open range. Of course, I’m against open range anyway. It’s not a place for cattle and sheep. It’s wildlife’s territory. I say, keep your fences in good order and a few good cattle dogs will serve your herds in pasture which should be your own property and properly fenced. Cows trained to come into loafing sheds at night are the proper solution, and it’s easy. (Yes, I’m a proponent of the small, free range, organic farmer, and an opponent to the megafarms.
Love this, my husband is cherokee indian he loves the wolves
Fantastic design!We are trying to promote awareness and re-introduce wolves to the UK.
Let’s hope we can help stop that becoming a thing of the future for the USA.