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As the title of this short article reflects, the Wolves at Wolf Howl Animal Preserve enjoyed their Thanksgiving celebration that ended with pumpkin pie and loads of whip cream. They all enjoy licking the whipped cream off the pie. Niko eats his pie but the rest seem to love to roll on it. They love that scent and want to be able to smell it and communicate what they have experienced to the pack. Unfortunately, their fur is orange and sticky until we get a good rain. It is a tradition at Wolf Howl and one they enjoy no matter how silly it appears to us 2- leggeds.
You will see a video review of their November activities here at the Preserve. It starts out with Wolf chick fight between Chito and Ohoyo, our two dominate females. We will be seeing more and more of these as the hormonal changes of their monoestrous breeding cycle develop. The colder weather also plays a part in their energy levels. The next scene is of me giving Sweet Stripes to the Wolves. The strong peppermint smell is intriguing to them but not so much the taste. So they want them and as you will see they weren’t very patient as I was unwrapping them, which proved difficult with 125lb Wolves jumping up on you. You will also see me give one to our dog who is outside the fence, Nashoba, our 13 year old Siberian Husky. People often say that Wolves look just like Huskies but if you take a good look, you will see that they really don’t. The most striking difference is the size and also the color. The final scene is of the Wolf kids getting their dessert on Thanksgiving.