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Wanagi Wolf Fund & Rescue at Los Altos Church on 4-8-2018

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2018-04-08 Los Altos Church WWFR event

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Hugs for Hokshila

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Hugs for Hokshila

Photo courtesy of Dani Jeffries

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Liberty

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Liberty

(Passed on Jun 17, 2015)

Born on September 11, 2000, Liberty is a Malamute/gray wolf mix. Liberty has overcome considerable adversity during his 13 years of life, including beating a rare form of cancer. Although he currently suffers from Lupus, since coming to live at Wanagi Wolf Rescue he has become trusting, balanced, and loving.

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Bindi

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Presenting Bindi, a coyote/gray wolf/husky mix who serves as one of Wanagi Wolf Rescue’s primary wolf-dog ambassadors. His name in Sanskit means “the one-pointed energy of God.” Bindi participates in almost all Wanagi Wolf Rescue public events and presentations, and is a favorite among volunteers and audience members alike.

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(Passed on Jun 17, 2015)">Liberty (Passed on Jun 17, 2015)

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Liberty <span style="font-size:.75em">(Passed on Jun 17, 2015)</span>

Liberty was an alpha male Malamute/gray wolf that was born on Sept. 11, 2000 and passed June 17, 2015. His “people” were repeat animal-abuse offenders who starved and beat him. Despite all his hardships, he was trusting, balanced and loving. Suffering from Lupus, Liberty received daily doses of the B-vitamin Niacinamide, which had proven beneficial. Liberty was also a cancer survivor. Several years ago, Stephanie noticed a ping-pong ball sized nerve-sheath tumor on one of his front legs. The tumor ...

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(Passed on Jan 1, 2015)">Kola (Passed on Jan 1, 2015)

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Kola <span style="font-size:.75em">(Passed on Jan 1, 2015)</span>

Kola, like Liberty, is Malamute/gray wolf mix. Kola, whose name means “the wise uncle” in Lakota, and his sister Wihopa were rescued by the Humane Society in Flagstaff, AZ, and a volunteer from this facility drove the two wolf-dogs to the refuge. The pair were so near starvation that Stephanie thought she was going to lose Kola. Both Kola and Wihopa are completely socialized and are currently available for adoption. However, Stephanie insists that they must be adopted as a ...

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Milagro

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Milagro

Milagro, whose name means “miracle” in Spanish, was rescued just hours before he was to receive “the needle of death.” A canine/wolf mix, he is fully socialized and, like Bindi, is allowed to roam about the WWFR grounds (both outside and inside the house). Milagro shares his love with everyone and does not know a stranger

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Bindi

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Bindi

Bindi was born September 16 2008. He is Gray Wolf/Coyote/Husky mix who serves as Wanagi’s wolf-dog ambassador. His name, in Sanskrit, means “the one-pointed energy of God.” Like Hokshila in the past, Bindi participates in most of WWFR’s public events and presentations. Long and lean, Bindi’s physical appearance bears witness to his bloodlines. He is allowed to roam freely on the grounds and sleeps at the foot of Stephanie’s bed. He is a favorite of many volunteers and audience members. He often ...

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(Passed On May 2, 2015)">Hokshila (Passed On May 2, 2015)

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Hokshila <span style="font-size:.75em">(Passed On May 2, 2015)</span>

Hokshila, whose name means “a young man who has proven himself” (in the Lakota language) truly lives up to his name. He is Wanagi’s premiere wolf ambassador, and as such, has particpated in all public events since his arrival at the refuge in 2003. Hokshila is a magnificent male timber wolf that stands more than six feet tall on his hind legs. Upon meeting Hokshila for the first time, the most commonly expressed sentiment from human observers is: “My gosh! ...

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Hozho

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Hozho

Hozho is a 12-year-old pure-bred Australian Shepherd, and as such, is the only purebred domesticated dog on the property. Her Navajo (Diné) name means “to walk in boundless joy.” According to Stephanie, Hozho has one of the most important jobs at Wanagi Wolf Rescue: to keep all the other animals in line.

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