You all know me as the Save the Tiger girl, but there is also another animal near and dear to my heart-- the Wolf. Maybe it's because my dog (a Siberian Husky) is the closest relative to the Wolf. And some wolf hybrids are part Husky.
Please take one minute (literally) out of your day and dial the number below. Press "0" to speak with someone and just say you are FOR the protection of Wolves. That's it.
These are beautiful creatures that don't deserve to be hunted. Just think of your dog at home!
more info: www.fws.gov
This is me with Takota the wolf at a recent Exotic Pet show. Takota is a Grey Wolf/Eastern Wolf rescued by www.howlingwoods.org
Takota up close. Breathtaking!
As soon as tomorrow, Interior Secretary Kempthorne is expected to announce the elimination of federal protections for hundreds of endangered wolves in Greater Yellowstone and the Northern Rockies.
Please take a moment right now to call the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at 1-800-344-WILD (9453) and deliver this simple message:
“My name is________ and I’m calling _______. I understand that the federal government may remove wolves in the Greater Yellowstone and Central Idaho regions tomorrow from the list of federally protected threatened and endangered species.
I want your department to know that I strongly oppose the weakening of protections for these wolves and expect you to fulfill your obligation to secure a lasting future in the Northern Rockies for these amazing animals.”
The lives of hundreds of wolves are at stake. Please call tonight before 8 PM Eastern Time or first thing tomorrow morning.
In a matter of hours, newspapers across the country could be reporting on the Bush/Cheney Administration's expected announcement … and its potentially devastating impact on some of America’s most beloved wolves.
But today I need your help to let these federal officials know that Americans love our wolves and want to see them protected.
Please call the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at 1-800-344-WILD (9453) and speak out for our wolves. Leave a message if you can, and remember to let us know that you called.
Defenders of Wildlife