I am part Cherokee Indian. My great great grandmother was a Cherokee princess …I respect all wildlife as well as the Native American customs. Each Mistreated in the early days & even now. Wolves are completely misunderstood their huntng,grounds are being encroach upon daily & peole of think their nothing wild dogs that there afraid of. Look what happened to the magnificent creature the buffalo. Small herds in ranches, or zoos not the thousands running the plains like god intended. The list goes on and in. Let’s do something before its to late for these magnificent creatures.
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