Starting Saturday, the 10th of September, you will be able to see members of Never Cry Wolf Rescue and Adoption’s wolf-pack members. They will be back at Apple Hill kicking off this year’s Autumn season full of fun and howls.
Jessie Riggs, owner of KYPSAH Pet Services, is an active member of Never Cry Wolf Rescue and Adoptions and takes great pride in helping other members and/or volunteers of NCWR&A educate the public about the true nature of the wolf with intent to dispel the myths and legends that has aided in the noted generational paranoia of these truly remarkable creatures.
As a token of our gratitude, for those who give an in-person monetary donation to help support the wolves and efforts of NCWR&A, we are giving those people 15% off pet services (offer expires on May 31, 2012)! At the time of your donation, please ask for a donation receipt which will be necessary to show in order to claim this discount/offer. Offer Restrictions: Of course, this offer is not valid with other current offers and discounts we have and is only valid for areas within our service coverage area. One offer per person and/or household as well.
Come out and see Jessie, the wolves and other members of NCWR&A at Apple Hill starting tomorrow! And, yes! You can even pet the wolves for a $20.00 tax-deductible donation. Woot hoot!
For more information about Never Cry Wolf Rescue and Adoptions, please visit their website at www.nevercrywolfrescue.org.
Working with Never Cry Wolf Rescue & Adoptions (NCWR&A) is nothing short of a passion that Jessie and her family hold dear to their heart as wolves have played an integral role in their family for nearly 20 years.
With the misconceptions of these beautiful creatures spreading like a wildfire throughout the generations, our work at NCWR&A is never done. We work harder than ever to promote wolf behavior education to any and all who will listen and one thing that we’ve noticed is: All the kids love the wolves despite their parents lingering back with age-old adages and myths fueling their ever-present fears and doubts concerning these animals. Kids, on the other hand, are innocent and fearless. And, they have a unique way of not being filled with useless mental clutter which affords them the grace and compassion to see and understand nature as it should be seen and understood.
If you, and/or your child have always wanted to know more about these magnificent animals, you can request NCWR&A to perform a Wolf Education Program at your local school or library. The wolf pack attends with Sam Blake and other volunteers of NCWR&A to perform the program. You may ask, “Why do the wolves attend?” Well, they are their own best advocates–and the best teachers!
For more information about NCWR&A, you can catch them on their website (new site will be launched soon!) or on their Facebook page.
If you have any wolf-related questions, just ask Jessie. She would be happy to help you!
Timber, an Ambassador of NCWR&A, is one of Jessie’s wolf friends. In this video, Jessie is playing “Find Me” with Timber who has no problem of course locating her whereabouts.
Timber is going on two-years-old and won’t be fully-grown until he’s three. Weight-wise, he’ll probably get somewhere in the neighborhood of 180-200 lb.
You can see Timber and/or some of his other pack-mates if you attend one of NCWR&A’s events. Just check out the calendar on NCWR&A’s website to get an idea of where they’re going next. Or, you can feel free to contact Jessie via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. She works closely with Sam and NCWR&A and would be able to field questions for you.
Jessie will be placing wolf facts up on KYPSAH’s site, as well as, placing up a wolf topic under our FAQ page in the near future. So, if you have questions about this regal animal, she welcomes all.