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The Gift of the Christmas Goose

PURRfect Reblog for Wordless Wednesday. Our favorite wolf sanctuary Wolf Haven has a blog!!

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12 thoughts on “The Gift of the Christmas Goose

  1. the wolves sure are pawsome,xx Speedy

  2. Absolutely fabulous Christmas for the wolves!! It was lovely to read about them as you made a donation on behlaf of Nylablue & I for the season.
    Before people freak out over the Canada Geese let me assure your readers we have so many of them…..in fact too many & unfortunately eggs are being coated in vegetable oil to prevent hatching…to me that is plain wrong. At least geese being fed to wolves or other carnivores is a part of Nature.
    Love Sherri-Ellen & Nylablue xxx

  3. Wow, that’s a really interesting post, Savvy! We have a wolf sanctuary here, too, and they are such amazing creatures.

  4. You’re looking sweet in that meatloaf position, Savvy.

  5. Oh great story! We love wolves!!!! We always do whatever we can to help them and their cause!
    ((husky hugz))
    “love is being owned by a husky”

  6. OMD Savvy! Wolf Haven is where my foster wolf brofur Nanook (another Bear name of course) lives! Woooooooowooooooooooo!

  7. Interesting post Savvy – thanks for sharing…….hope your parents are having a blast!!

    Hugs, Sammy

  8. OMD, Siri rolling on her goose could have been Sage with some of her roadkill she finds (ICK, I know). What a cool blog–thanks for sharing Savvy. I hope your Mom & Dad are having fun on their vacation!

  9. We love wolves so we will go check out the site. Happy Wednesday to you and your family sweet Savannah. Hugs and nose kisses

  10. Loved the post, although some, I suspect, will find it objectionable. If the geese have to be culled out and killed, it might as well serve some purpose. Wolves have to eat too.

  11. We enjoyed reading about the wolves and their geese! 🙂 Thank you for sharing, Savvy!

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