Arizona Captive Pack in Urgent Need of Assistance
An Arizona purebred wolf pack of 14 has lived most of their entire lives in a 24'x12' pen - barely two feet per animal. NAWA has taken legal custody of the pack, but urgently needs financial help to complete the rescue.
Most of these wolves have never even run in their entire lives. Their caretaker, having run out of funds, has recognized that he is no longer able to care for them, especially since the facility has no plumbing, running water, sewage, electricity - nothing. He has been hauling water to them from a church several miles away - his vehicle is on its last legs and he can no longer do so. To make the situation even more critical, the alpha female, mother of the current pack, is pregnant again.
NAWA has taken legal custody of the pack and wants to move them after the birth to avoid further traumatization. However, they need funds for transportation, darting, and fencing for the future enclosure.
This is the largest captive wolf pack in the world. Without NAWA's immediate and timely intervention, they may not survive.
Full story and photos at http://www.nawa.org/arizona1.html