January 29, 2020

When Wolves Become Terrorists

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*Editor’s Note* – Wolf advocates say that people need to learn to “co-exist” with wolves, but is there ever a point in which a line is drawn in their minds where the wolves are taking more than their share of co-existence than the people? It seems that regardless of the results of any wolf encounter, people are always blamed and never can do enough for the wolves to satisfy the totalitarian wolf protectors.

We now see, as indicated below, a family being held hostage inside their own home and limitations placed on the freedoms of the children for the sake of “co-existing with wolves.” This is wrong.

Of course idiots will say that the ranchers are living in the wolves’ habitat and by doing so they must put up with the canine predators. I wonder if these non thinkers feel the same way when violent criminals invade their neighborhoods, terrorizing, killing and causing them to lock themselves in their homes. Do they just put up with it because they are co-existing with violent criminals?

At the very basic level, no animal should be allowed to hold any person(s) in fear of the lives. To think otherwise is extreme and perverse.

Chelsea Matthews said the family is now taking extra precautions, both with their dogs and young children. “We lock all the dogs up at night and the kids have to stay where I can see them (when playing outside),” she said. “It’s not worth the risk of me sending them out of sight knowing that there are wolves around.” Matthews said it is frustrating to not be able to let her children explore and play outside without constant worry. “Our kids should get to experience all the joys of being country kids.”

Source: Wolf attack alarms ranchers | Natural Resource Report

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