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1 Summer 2013 RESCUE Rescue displaced, unwanted, and un-releasable cap ve-bred wolves, wolf-dogs, and other related species. SANCTUARY Provide permanent, life me safe sanctuary for those that we rescue and provide the highest level of care, enrichment and habitat. EDUCATION Educate the public about wolves, wolf-dogs, and other related species, our ecosystem and how we all play a part in it, and the excellent, ethical care and treatment of all animals, domes c and wild. Your tax deduc ble dona- ons mean the world to our rescues. We couldn t be here without your though ul support. We hope you can visit and see first-hand how your generosity transforms lives. Meet Our Dingoes Four new rescues find their place at Wild Spirit. p.2. Iowa Rescues Named Our ten wolf-dogs are named by a famous author and his wife. p.4. Life-Saving Outreach George and Forest make an unbelievable impact. p.5. Open House Please join us for our summer enrichment party. p.6. Summer Fund-raiser We desperately need your help during lean mes. p.9. Uluru Wild Spirit rescued a family of dingoes! Our supersweet CoverBoy is a 1-year-old dingo whose parents originally came from Australia s conserva on center, Dingo Discovery. Once in America, life got seriously complicated. We are thrilled to provide Sanctuary for Uluru, his brothers, Aussie and Glacier, and their mom, Kooyong. Please read all about this adorable dingo family on page 2, and make plans to come and meet them in person. Howling thank you to this issue s sponsors! Printer s Press Print Express photo: G Cougar

2 Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary 501(c)(3) non-profit FID# Licensed by the USDA Contact Us Phone Address 378 Candy Kitchen Rd HC 61 Box 28 Ramah, NM Website Come for a Tour! Tuesday - Sunday 11am 12:30pm 2pm 3:30pm Closed Monday See Map On Back Cover Staff Leyton Cougar- Execu ve Director George Stapleton- General Manager Angie Albrecht- Animal Care Supervisor Rory Zoerb- Web, Design, Development Cheryl Vaughn- Accoun ng/memberships Georgia Cougar- Publica ons Tremendous Volunteers! Crystal, Rae, Ramon, Ed, Meredith, Elaine, Tina, Vince, Erika, Anna & Lauren. Board of Directors Jan Ravenwolf, Dick Thayer Advisory Board Lee Maynard, Cheryl Ford, Norma & Chuck Young Founders Jacque Evans & Barbara Berge Rescues not pictured at the bottom of the pages are featured in articles or on page 9. Akela Alice Leyton gets Dingo Love photo: Anna Kristensen Rescued Dingo Family by Leyton Jay Cougar Wild Spirit is now home to a family of four displaced dingoes who were part of a conserva on effort that did not go as planned. Kooyong and her mate Buckley were a breeding pair of pure dingoes who came from Dingo Discovery and Research Centre in Australia, which has been an official conserva on organiza on since Many people think that dingoes are descendants of domes c dogs who were brought to Australia several hundred years ago. The Centre says that this is not true. The pure dingo has always been a wild canine, which developed as the wolf of Australia. Fossil records show that dingoes have lived in Australia for at least 5000 years. Just like wolves, dingoes have one breeding season, and do not bark. They also have unique skeletal flexibility which allows them to bend in ways that are impossible for modern dogs. According to the Centre: Dingoes are currently considered threatened by the Interna onal Union for Conserva on of Nature, but it has been largely le up to sanctuaries such as ours to fight for the protec on and future of the dingo. There is no way that our sanctuary, or indeed any or all of the dingo breeding sanctuaries in Australia today combined can save the species. The Centre finds zoos, and sanctuaries out- Argo Azteca side of Australia, who are willing to care for a breeding pair of dingoes and their offspring to help ensure that the species survives. Occasionally, a breeding pair goes to a private home, like Kooyong and Buckley who went to live with a husband and wife in Florida. The couple was very excited about the opportunity to be a part of dingo conserva- on and educa on. They gave their dingoes great care, making sure they had plenty of love and a en on, plus a rich diet. Kooyong and Buckley had a li er of six pups who were also lovingly cared for. Unfortunately, life got sadly complicated for the humans. The husband took all the couples money and le the wife and their young son along with all the animals. Kooyong s female pup then became pregnant by either a li ermate or her father. Buckley and his male pups got into a severe fight, which resulted in Buckley being euthanized due to his severe injuries. With tremendous sadness, the woman made the difficult but necessary decision to find her dingoes new homes. She got great help from members of her community. Two of Kooyong s pups found a happy home at a zoo. Kooyong and the rest of her pups found a terrific foster home with Deneen and Sue in North Carolina, where Kooyong s daughter successfully gave birth to her li er. When I went to get Kooyong and her three boys, I got the mind-blowing bonus of holding those adorable newly born pups. Back at Wild Spirit, volunteers Ramon, Ed and Vince remodeled an exis ng habitat into a beau ful dingo play land, so we didn t spend any money for a new space. Our new dingo family arrived at their new home safely, a er ge ng healthy check-ups from our vet. They are all doing so well, get lots of love each day, and have already enjoyed their first enrichment treat, Bunny Baskets. We never breed rescues at WSWS, and so now, all our dingoes are fixed and no longer a part of the breeding por on of conserva on. They have a safe sanctuary with us Bono New Guinea Singing Dog photo: L. Cougar 2

3 for the rest of their lives, and we will be sure everyone who comes to visit learns all about these precious wild canines and the conserva on efforts we support. Thank you to the original owner for raising such social and happy dingoes, John Williams for sharing your knowledge and support, and to Deneen and Sue for being such perfect foster parents. Thank you to our members for helping us help all wild canines in need. Video link: h p:// Dingoes Aussie- This adorable boy is the shiest of our dingo family. He is honey sweet, but doesn t feel as confident around people so it takes him longer to come say hello. Kooyong- We ve discovered our feisty mama loves men, and has developed a huge crush on Leyton. As you can see, she has the most adorable dingo mohawk. Bowie New Guinea Singing Dog Brutus First Bunny Basket Enrichment Treat photo: Anna Kristensen Glacier- Our handsome boy is the largest in his family, and loves the ladies. He s not afraid to show his feelings, and once he starts kissing, it s hard to get him to stop. Cheyenne photo: Erika Cironte Uluru- Our outgoing boy loves to be pe ed and to give out kisses. He has a close rela onship with his mom, but has some tension with his brother, Glacier. Contessa Thank You! Thanks to our reless staff, volunteers, and our members. You re the best! Stellar Support Jan Ravenwolf, Dick Thayer, Cheryl Ford, Jane C & Bruce McLagan, Bernice Dalby, David Frow, Chris ne Crawford, Karen Palmer, Norma & Chuck Young, George R R Mar n & Parris McBride, Helen Garner & Liz Parr, Chris ne Coulter, Cynthia DaCosta. Business Friends Peter, Lisa & Jack of Printer s Press, Susan & Ric of Print Express, Shamrock Foods, Sysco Foods, Roadrunner Foodbank, Cindy of Green Valley Meats, Canyon Crossroads, & Pine Hill Market. Monthly Supporters Katharine Wade, David & Lore a Frow, Eileen & John Stapleton, Dennis Meyer, Rebecca & Gerald Schobert, Wanda Langlet, Jim Zangl, Connie Bass, John & Marilynne Yeakley, Jim & Jeane e Norton, Nancy Schaller, Catherine Howard, Sally Wood, Dr. Jennifer Planitz, Warren Pleyte, Helen & Herbert Gelb, Nancy Edmonds, Sally Tamblingson, Sco & Joyce Norton, Susan Watson, John & Chris ne Shippling, Pablo Rosales, Marion B Miller, Alexandra Norton, Erick Robinson, Ellen Seylar, Colleen Lavin, Ilyse Krive, Ray Morey, Linda Pullins, Bonita Hoctor, Marian Davis, Nancy Eugenio, Norman Cleveland, Karen McMains, Erica & Jon Stone, Londa Fowler, Sandra Denney, Diane Knight, Debra Burns, Susan Wiser, Mary Ann Murphy, Richard Trommer, Elean Masse, Barbara Bauer-Bass, Christopher Garcia, BJ Gunn, Cal & Judy Jaeger, Megan Meunier, Kimberly Reiten, Dick Thayer, Tim & Delma Wiseley, Jack Cur s, Kirk & Debra Benton, Amy Elena Arcaro, Cody & Amy Goslar, and Henrie a Sellers. Dakota 3 photo: Tasha Standish

4 photo: Erika Cironte Alfie Ghost Rudy remaining photos: Crystal Castellanos Boy 1 Beric Dondarrion Shaggy Dog Boy 2 Jon Snow Boy 3 Summer GRRM Fans, GoT Fans, GET This! Our Iowa 10 Becomes Westerosi Wolves We couldn t be more thrilled to announce that world-famous, award-winning fantasy writer, George R R Mar n and his wife Parris, have named our Iowa 10 rescues! The Mar ns took me out of their seriously busy lives to personally name our ten wolf-dogs a er the five dire wolves and five main characters from Mr. Mar n s book series, A Song of Ice and Fire. The genius world created in his books has now brilliantly come alive in the HBO series, Game of Thrones. This wildly popular series is now in its third season, and recently won the Bri sh version of the Emmy awards. We can t tell you how honored we are to have our rescued wolf family become a part of this truly epic crea on. The Mar ns are long me supporters of WSWS, and last year, they raised over $7000 for us with an exclusive offering of George R R Mar n merchandise for his fans. They are planning another fundraiser for the fall with all proceeds coming to Wild Spirit again! From all of us, we sing a pack howl of gra tude to the Mar ns for this most amazing gi for a most deserving group of rescued wolf-dogs. Girl 1 Girl 2 Girl 3 Girl 4 Girl 5 Nymeria Brienne Arya Lady Shae Duchess Dusty-Pup Forest Foxy New Guinea Singing Dog Goldie photo: Erika Cironte photo: L. Cougar 4

5 Gypsy Jaeger photo: Carole Altendorf Junior Life-Saving Outreach by George Stapleton At a recent outreach event for WSWS, something happened that was one of the greatest moments in my life! Wild Spirit Board Member, Jan Ravenwolf, helped me set up an outreach event for us in Cedar Crest New Mexico when Jackie Davidson, represen ng Davis Hardware, proposed that we join their anniversary event featuring Animal Rescue groups. A er we got set up, a man named Joe came up to me and our wolf ambassador, Forest. Joe started to ask ques ons about how wolves impact human hun ng of ungulates (hoofed animals) in the U.S. I immediately thought; well this is going to be an interes ng conversa on, with a bad outcome or end in an argument. To my surprise, that is NOT what happened. Joe and I spoke about why he hunted and his ques ons revolved around how he chose to hunt. He did put trophies on his wall, but insisted that he only would hunt and kill what he could eat. As our conversa on progressed to the hun ng of predators, he did concede that most would not be edible but commented that predators needed to be hunted to maintain popula ons of ungulates for humans to hunt. I explained how an apex predator like the wolf has proven in Yellowstone that apex predators control ungulate popula ons far more effec- vely than humans can. Wolves keep popula ons in check by keeping the ungulates moving, and taking the weak and sick, as opposed to taking the biggest and best animals like humans do. He did agree that since the re-introduc on of wolves to Yellowstone there had been a defini ve posi ve influence on the flora and fauna. That was great but not as incredible as his statement to come. Joe then told me that he and a friend from California were considering a wolf hun ng trip up North and were looking at this upcoming season for their hunt. My heart sank into despair at just the thought of two more wild wolves being killed by hunters; but that was not the emo on that I was soon to feel. Joe looked me in the eyes and said that a er mee ng Forest, he could not and would not hunt wolves no ma er what the reason! I could not believe my ears. Forest had just saved, possibly two wild wolves by doing nothing more than being at that place at that me with that man! Furthermore, Joe said that he would cancel his plans for the hunt and was sure that his hun ng partner would do the same. And! Joe also said he would talk to hunters about his experience of mee ng Forest and how hun ng wolves was wrong and should not be done! In all my life, ALL I have ever wanted to do was help wild wolves, and Forest and I did just that with no more than a look! Joe said that when he looked into Forest s eyes there was no way that he could kill a wolf. I started to cry right there in front of everyone. Joe and I shook hands and exchanged contact informa on to con nue this new friendship that Forest helped create. I was so overwhelmed by my feelings and emo ons that for the rest of the day I did not care if we raised any money or not, Forest and I had done something that was only a dream to me; to save a wolf in the wild. I thank you Forest and Joe; you made a dream come true for me and for that I will be forever grateful to be privileged enough to work with an ambassador like Forest. Thanks to Jackie Davidson and Davis Hardware for this amazing opportunity, plus Jan Ravenwolf, Crystal Castellanos, John Altendorf and Adrienne Seltz. Thanks to Carole Altendorf for capturing this amazing moment in photographs. If you would like to invite us to your event, or set up an educa on program, please call us at Juno Forest at Work Wild Spirit s Meredith Williams (in cap) teaches students about wolves with Forest & former staff member Angel Benne. Katrina photo: A. Bailey 5 photo: Allison Bailey

6 Shasta with her Pupsicle photo: Angie Albrecht Open House 2013 Aug. 10 th 11:00am Please come join us for a Wild Spirit Weekend! We re celebra ng our 4 th annual Open House. We ll start things off around 10am. The fes vi es include passing out Summer Coolers enrichment treats to our rescues. You ll have a unique chance to photograph all the fun. Please check our website at org for details. Or you can always give us a call at We hope to see you there! Free Tours Our regular tours are FREE all day, so this is the perfect me to bring out a big group. Free Camping Listen to our wolves howl under a canopy of New Mexico stars. Please call to reserve your spot! Meet a Wolf We ll bring out one of our ambassador wolves for a hands-on, outdoor presenta on. Enrichment Treat Bring your cameras cause we ll be passing out our Summer Cooler treats to our rescues. Music and Food You can purchase local flavor food while enjoying local flavor live music in our campground. Thank You Air Force MPs! We howl out a thank you to this powerhouse group and their families from Albuquerque who came out for a weekend of tour path and habitat improvements. If you or your group would like to be one of our Weekend Warriors, please call! Kota Lakota- Most Sponsors! Maki Puparazzi Recovery! Our gorgeous Contessa has fully healed from her break-up injury. She has been enjoying more a en on than ever while recovering in her custom rehab habitat, and now enjoys happy walks with Elaine! We re hoping the ultra handsome Jaeger might be a future love match for her. Split! We sadly report that a er a 6 year rela onship, Storm & Savannah have called it quits for good. Jealousy over Leyton s a en on resulted in many fights over the last year. Their ba les increased in intensity and some ended in minor injuries. Oddly the final brawl in early spring did not involve Leyton, but le Storm with a dripping wound to his jawline. A er several a empts at reconcilia on, Storm let us know that he had absolutely no interest in patching things up with Savannah. Storm moved out, and literally would not look back. Although currently alone, he is enjoying grumbling with neighbors for the first me, and extra walks with Leyton. A er several weeks of very loud, but injury-free squabbles, New Guinea singing dogs Foxy and Bowie decided they no longer wanted to live with Bono. We watched our adorable trio very closely, including Crystal ge ng up in the middle of the night a few mes, un l the final morning when Bono had received several bites. We quickly moved him into the animal care office, and he s already fully recovered. He has been enjoying much love from volunteers, especially Meredith. She, Erika, Anna, Elaine, Rae and Crystal made sure Bono went on frequent walks with poten al girlfriends, and fellow singing dogs, Princess and Reba. We re hoping love is in the air! Dating! Newly single Savannah was visibly distraught over her break-up, con nually pacing and looking for Storm, and even too upset to interact with caretakers. We all thought a blind date might li her spirits. Handsome bachelor, Beric Dondarrion, (Rudy) was the obvious choice. He s fully recovered from his broken jaw, and his new spacious habitat has plenty of room. So far, they are doing well together. However, Savannah has been seen flir ng with extra puffy neighbor, Specter. So, perhaps she is keeping her op ons open for now. Nakota Contessa Enjoys a Walk with Elaine photo: Rae M. Navar 6 photo: Allison Bailey

7 Zoerro- The Wonder Months by Rory Zoerb Welcome to the latest in a series of ar cles I m wri ng in an effort to share an experience chock-full of facts concerning the reali es of a privately owned wolf-dog. In this ar cle I ll be talking about the third and fourth phases of the four major phases I witnessed Zoerro go through as he grew from the age of 8 weeks to 19 months as my pet. To read my previous ar cles leading up to this one, please visit The Adventure of Zoerro on our web site. The third phase I witnessed Zoerro go through, that I would call the hunter/scavenger phase, started when Zoerro was around six months old. This was also the me that Zoerro started to behave like a more confident take charge canine. I remember telling people that he thinks he s all that and a bag of chips now. At around 70 pounds and with his confident a tude, he quickly became the dominant canine over my two adult German Shepherds that he played with on a regular basis. He upped his aggressive play with me too and I responded by playing harder back. When he couldn t get me to whimper out, he would go over to Vuka, my white German Sheperd, and rough her up a li le un l she whimpered out. Hun ng was Zoerro s primary focus at this me and scavenging was something that he did in between hun ng. His drive to increase his hun ng area beyond our playground and strike out on his own increased significantly during this period. He succeeded on two separate occasions and both mes he returned rela vely quickly to Vuka and me with fresh kills. One was a bird that was s ll alive (I had no idea how he got it back then, but have since witnessed him snatching a bird out of the air as it took flight from a bush), and the other was a freshly killed large rat that I m pre y sure he hunted down in the vegeta- on-filled drainage ditch that he was always pulling to go into. He was also successfully hun ng voles and finding kills made by other animals during our long hikes through the Washington woods. His ability to find both live and dead animals was astonishing. To be tro ng down a logging road and see him make an abrupt right or le move and come down with front two paws on a vole buried under the vegeta on next to the road was impressive. I mean how did he hear it and so quickly pinpoint its loca on? The fourth phase was what I will call the big game hunter phase. If I remember that correctly, he was around 10 months old at this point. The start of this phase was marked by him taking a keen interest in people that would walk by us on the other side of the road heading in the opposite direc on of the direc on we were walking. He would very aggressively pull to the other side of the road as the person passed us. If I allowed, he would hook around behind the person and start following them at the same speed they were going. We were approximately fi y yards behind. I only let him do that a couple of mes so I could observe his head, ears and body posi on. I ve seen the same maneuver between passing canines but this was different. Another behavior I observed during the big game hunter phase started occurring on a regular basis when we would stop and play at one of Zoerro and Vuka s favorite playgrounds on one of our daily Walk Trot Lopes (WTL) routes. It was a field of thick green grass on the corner overlooking a fairly busy intersec on. Similar to disengaging himself to hunt for mice when he was younger, Zoerro started disengaging himself from play at this playground to move closer to the street and sit and watch the people in their cars as they drove by. He was looking directly into the cars at the people. I could see his head following the vehicles as they went by. On more than one occasion, motorists turned off the road, pulled up next to our playground and got out of their vehicles with cell phone camera at the ready and remarked something like, Is that a wolf? It was looking right at us as we drove by. Many mes I witnessed the driver ge ng tapped on the shoulder by the passenger who was gasping and poin ng up at Zoerro as the word wolf formed on their lips. Zoerro totally reminded me of a wolf si ng on the side of a valley looking for the easiest target as a herd of ungulates passed by. I can only imagine that if he had grown up in the wild that, at this point, he would be learning the art of coordinated big game hunting with the pack. Instead his pack was si ng down behind him in the grass wai ng for him to return to play. See Zoerro as he is today along with all of our other rescues at Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary and/or visit our web site at wildspiritwolfsanctuary.org. Nikki Nimoy Princess New Guinea Singing Dog Rain Reba New Guinea Singing Dog 7

8 Zoerro the Working Actor Not only is our ambassador, Zoerro, a star at our outreach and educa on programs, but he s also a working actor! Zoerro has an ever-growing filmography including a fashion movie en tled The Hour. Currently, you can see Zoerro in the season trailer for the A&E series Longmire. He trots through the woods, and then sniffs the air as part of the new season teaser Trouble s Always Comin. This fall, you can watch Zoerro in an upcoming episode of America the Wild, on ESPN starring in a terrific commercial for the University of New Mexico, and then Zoerro, Forest, Dakota and Brutus will appear in a new television project yet to be announced. UNM- h p:// Longmire- h ps:// Fashion Movie- vimeo.com/ Are You Searching For Good? Y O U S E A R C H W E G I V E you ve raised over $ Sabine 991 supporters! Earn Money for our Rescues with GoodSearch! Over 2,500 on-line stores will donate a percentage of your online purchases to WSWS. Plus, GoodSearch will donate one penny for each search you make using their toolbar or website. Thank you so much for all you do for our rescued canines. We couldn t be here without you. Thank You Goodest Searchers ALPHA SEARCHERS as of June 2 nd! 1. Lisa Sevigny 2. Alex Borowicz 3. Cheryl Ford 4. Nancee Goldwater 5. Tara Souther Romeo Red Fox h p:// 6. Bobby Barnhill 7. Kristen Johnson 8. David Edwards 9. Cherigene Slaughter 10. Georgia Cougar Saint Sponsor a Rescue We ve re-calculated that it takes a minimum of 17 sponsors per year at $ 125 (about $10/month) each to feed one of our rescued fur-kids. We would love to see each of them have hundreds. Our sponsorship package makes a great gi too! It comes with a personalized cer ficate, photo magnet, our great wolf T-shirt and our newsle er. Low Paws Need You! We hope you ll li our lowest sponsored rescues to Top Paw status! Low Paws are Bono, Princess and our dingoes. Your hear elt support inspires us each quarter. It means the world to us all. Thank you so much! h p:// Lakota...31 Kota...31 Dusty Pup...28 Zoerro...21 Silva...14 Fo re st Azteca...13 Sassy...13 Cheyenne...13 D a ko ta Duchess...12 Storm...12 Nikki...11 Powder...11 Ally...10 Cove...10 Flurry...10 Lucian...10 Maki...10 Shasta...10 Specter...10 Two-Toe...10 Alice...9 Contessa...9 Current Sponsor Totals Sassy G o l d i e Jaeger...9 Junior...9 Navar...9 Nimoy...9 Romeo...9 Saint...9 S u g a r Thunder...9 Akela...8 Brutus...8 Gypsy...8 Katrina...8 Zari...8 Axel...7 Nakota...7 Rain...7 Sabine...7 S k ye Juno...6 Riot...6 Teton...6 A rgo...5 Savannah...5 Alice photo L. Cougar Game of Thrones Beric D...13 Nymeria...9 Arya...5 Ghost...6 Jon Snow...6 Lady...6 Brienne...5 Shae...5 Shaggy Dog...5 Summer...5 Singing Dogs Foxy...15 Bowie...12 Reba...8 Princess...4 Bono...3 Dingoes Aussie...1 Galcier....1 Kooyong...1 Uluru...1 Savannah photo: A. Albrecht photo: Tasha Standish photo: T. Standish 8 photo: T. Standish photo: A. Albrecht

9 Four Seasons of Fun! Each Quarter, we pass out fun enrichment treats especially designed for our fur-kids. Spring...Bunny Baskets Summer...Summer Coolers Fall...Pumpkin Toss Winter...Present Toss Please provide a wolf or wolf-dog with this boredom crushing enrichment treat. We ask for $35 each quarter to help keep our fur-kids happy and healthy all year, which is only $12 per month. Of course, we appreciate any help you can spare! h p:// Cove & Her Watermelon Age: 14 Sponsors: 10 photo: Angie Albrecht Next: Summer Coolers! A gi for a loved one is a gi for a rescued canine! Each quarter, we give our rescues an enriching treat. Super volunteer, Meredith, is in charge of our enrichment program. With your dona on of $35, she will make you a lovely full-color cer ficate with a photo of the rescue of your choice enjoying their treat. Your cer- ficate can be made out to you, or can be addressed to a loved one as a unique gi. Treats will be passed out August 10th, and cer ficates will be in the mail the following week. Your generosity ensures that our rescued canines thrive and receive the best care possible. Thank you! Bunny Basket Enrichment Photo Gallery- Thank You! SHAGGY DOG Age: 6? Sponsors: 4 photo: E. Cironte SAVANNAH Age: 7 Sponsors: 5 photo: A. Albrecht RIOT Age: 8 Sponsors: 6 photo: Rae M. TWO TOE WITH ANNA Age: 12 Sponsors: 10 photo: M. Williams ALLY Age: 4 Sponsors: 10 photo: M. Williams POWDER Age: 7 Sponsors: 11 LUCIAN Age: 9 Sponsors: 10 AXEL Age: 8 Sponsors: 7 ZARI Age: 13 Sponsors: 8 photo: M. Williams FLURRY Age: 6 Sponsors: 10

10 Vet Bills We are blessed to have fantas- c vet care from Canyon Crossroads in Tijeras, New Mexico. We have a he y balance with them right now for surgeries and medica ons. We would so appreciate any help chipping away at it. Thank you so much for helping us give our rescues the best care possible! h p:// ons_memberships.php Ghost photo- Erika Cironte Membership Packages We think our membership packages make perfect gi s. Donate in a loved one s name, and we ll send them a uniquely Wild Spirit package. Our membership package is new each year. Our 2013 T-shirt is 100% co on, a bright brick red and features a howling wolf pack. They come in adult and children s sizes, and have our name on them. Thank you so much for your vital contribu ons. We couldn t be here without you. Card Kaya- I am a sweet, loving, 3 year old girl and I need a human friend to love. I came to Wild Spirit when I was about 5 weeks old in 2010 with my mom, Gypsy, and my brothers. My mother was running free in Texas and was mistaken for a wolf-dog, but is most likely a husky mix. I enjoy long walks around the Sanctuary campground, chewing bones, and of course, toys! I weigh about 67lbs and I am up-to-date on vaccina ons. I happen to be a very special girl with photo: Erika Cironte special needs. I have epilepsy and though my seizures are controlled with medica on, I s ll have one every once in a while. I get along with other dogs, but not with other animals. I have not been exposed to many kids so I would prefer a home with just adults. I have been wai ng pa ently for this opportunity Do you have a place in your heart for me? Please call Wild Spirit at and ask for Leyton or Crystal. Hope to hear from you soon. 50% OFF! Calendar Now $ 10 Our dear friend 14-year-old Hannah Leigh Jones created 12 beau ful pain ngs for our calendar last year. We ve printed it again for 2013! We think it s the perfect gift for three reasons: Call , or click h p:// % of the proceeds help the wolves and wolf-dogs of Wild Spirit that Hannah loves so much. 2. You ll be encouraging Hannah and young ar sts everywhere. 3. You ll help spread the word about Wild Spirit to everyone you give this calendar to as a gi, and to everyone who sees it on a wall. Silva Skye Specter Single Members $ 25/yr Your $25 dona on comes with our membership magnet and our quarterly newsle er. Supporting Members $ 50/yr Your $50 dona on comes with our magnet and newsle er, plus our membership card. Alpha Members $ 100/yr Alpha members receive our magnet, card, newsle er, plus a beau ful wolf T-shirt. Wolf Sponsors $ 125/yr When you sponsor a fur-kid, you get a personalized photo cer ficate with your name or loved-one s name, a magnet of your animal, our newsle er, plus the membership T-shirt. Please take a look at our list of current sponsor numbers on page 8. Each of our rescues is pictured in this newsle er, but please get to know our animals be er by visi ng our animals page on our website: h p:// Storm Sugar photo: Allison Bailey photo: G Cougar photo: Angel Benne 10 photo: G Cougar photo: A. Albrecht

11 Forest photo Angel Bennet We love to thank people! The list below covers up to the middle of April. Please don t hesitate to let us know if you or someone you know needs to be men oned in our newsle er. We truly appreciate each of you! Belated Thank You Michael Vora- Please forgive us, Michael (and The Vora Family), for not including your name under Luna s Best Freinds! We so appreciate your support for our beau ful girl. Diane Hamm- Howling thank you, Diane, for bringing car loads of useful and fun items that help our rescues, and the folks who take care of them! Your though ul generosity always gives us all a vital boost! Nancy Bain- Thanks a million, Nancy, for your wonderful support over the years, including helping us get to the annual Poppy Fes val in El Paso each year! Anne Dresselhaus- Hear elt thank you, Anne, for helping us rescue the late Cassie, and our Iowa 10 wolf-dogs! Big Beefy Checks- Any dona on means the world to us, but the relief those he y dona ons bring is life-sustaining. Thank you to the folks listed below for being our top supporters of last quarter. We couldn t be here without you! Laura Williams Michael Scott Jane & Bruce McLagan David Frow Seth Copeland & Diane Jarrett Raelene & Jeff Oslund Diane & Ken Kramer Donna Brown Bonnie Ranft- A million thanks, Bonnie, for spoiling us nearly ro en with all the though ul goodies you bring for two-leggeds and four-leggeds in need! Jan Ravenwolf- Howling thanks, dearest Jan, for an evergrowing list of amazing gi s you bless us with to make our lives be er. We not only appreciate your brains, dedica- on, proofreading skills, and passion, but also being on our Board, and you buying stuffies for Outreach when we were low. Now, there s that gold VAN, too! Millions of Thanks! Carole & John Altendorf- Thank you, John and Carole, for your Crea ve Juices and crucial support! We can t thank you enough, Carole, for not only taking such amazing photos of Sanctuary events and our rescues, but for the thousands of dollars you ve helped raise for us on Causes.com. A million thanks to you both John & Carole, for direc ng and filming our fund-raiser video which raised over $3100! Norma Young- Thank you for being fire-proof and generally awesome, and for le ng us re-home valuable items! Walk for the Wolves- Thank you to, Leilani Nonies, Sienna Wright and Alex Mirabal from Walk for the Wolves for invi ng us to be a part of this important day! Thanks also to all who came and walked with us. Ralph & Cathy Lomax- Thank you so much, Ralph & Cathy, for visi ng and for the Home Depot surprise of a drill & tape measures! We love tools to help us get things done! Cathy Kanavy- Huge thanks, Cathy, for the buckets, gloves and treats for our fur-kids, and a howl-out for the 3 lbs of Starbucks coffee from 4-Hills. Thank Starbucks for us, too! Marie Lobo- Huge thank you from all of us, Marie, for the plates, towels, vacuum cleaner & bags, bedding, throw pillows, bath rugs and cookies for the volunteers, plus the 50lb bag of rice and beef jerky treats for our fur-kids! Gina White & Her Son Justin- Our awesome Weekend Warriors brought out 6 cases of bo led water, and got to work bagging a mountain of debris from around Raven s pond. Thank you, Gina & Jus n! Linda Stevens- Howling thanks, Linda, for blessing us with your presence, giving tours, pulling weeds, overall tremendous support, and lately, for bringing out a colossal pain ng for us to auc on off! Stephen & Leanna Cole- Thank you Stephen and Leanna for joining us at Bunny Baskets, and bringing the organ meats that made the baskets into gourmet treats! Susan Kline- Whenever you visit, Susan, our Sanctuary is a brighter place. Your fantas c support and inspira onal love for Duchess and the late Geronimo warms us all. Thank you for blessing us and Duchess on her birthday. Helen Garner & Liz Parr- Dearest Helen and Liz, thank you for so many years of help, plus hours of newsle er stuffing, proofreading, advice and A Wolf and His Man book! Terry & Bobbi Shelton- Thank you, Terry and Bobbi, for all your crucial support, and for le ng Storm and Leyton stay at your place with Storm s spirit-li ing canine crushes! El Rancho de Las Golondrinas- Thank you to this living museum for le ng us be part of their children and animal day in June! Teton Thunder Two-Toe Zari Zoerro photo: G Cougar photo: L. Cougar photo: G Cougar 11 photo: G Cougar

12 YOUR DONATION MEANS THE WORLD TO OUR RESCUED WOLVES AND WOLF-DOGS. Make an on-line donation - Click the link below: Select an animal to sponsor - Click the link below: Or, print out, fill out and mail the form below. THANK YOU!

13 One of the Enchantments of New Mexico FROM ALBUQUERQUE I-40 West to Grants, take Exit 81. Turn le onto Hwy 53, go about 44 miles. About 2 miles past El Morro, look for a sign for Mountainview & Pine Hill. Turn le onto BIA 125, go 8 miles (through Mountainview). Turn right onto gravel road BIA 120. Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary is 4 miles down on the le. FROM GALLUP Hwy 602 South, stay on 602 to intersec on for Hwy 53. Turn le. Go through Ramah, then 10 more miles to BIA 125. Turn right onto BIA 125, go 8 miles (through Mountainview). Turn right onto gravel road BIA 120. Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary is 4 miles down on the le. Ever wish you could photograph a wolf? Come enjoy a private photographer s tour inside enclosures for fence-free photos. Appointments must be made at least 2 weeks in advance. Please call for pricing. Winter is best for great photos. Spend a peaceful weekend at our fullywooded campground. Experience the magic of wolves howling under a canopy of stars. We offer year-round camp sites for $ 15 per night. Enjoy our heated shower house and grill rental.

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