There are many kinds of pets, ranging from dogs and cats to snakes and parrots.
There are also rare pets like Kira, the wolf.
After Kira was abandoned by her mother at just three days old, Alida came to her rescue.
Alida regarded her like a dog. Like a dog, she adopted, raised, trained, and trained her.
Because wolves do not have a long history of domestication, Kira was naturally difficult to domesticate.
Due to her wariness of new things, Alida had to work harder. Since Kira had a lot of socialization to undergo, she met with children, adults, and even other animals.
After a lot of work, she is now wholly domesticated and wouldn’t hurt a flea.
Previously, her mother lived with a family, but they could not care for her properly and placed her in a nursery. Her faith in others has been eroded as a result. The same nursery where Kira was born was where she was born.
She is unlikely to survive in the wild since she was never taught how to hunt. It was not possible to feed Kira’s newborns in the nursery because Kira’s mother left them alone. Once Kira gained strength, I removed her from the house and began nursing her. “
I picked her up from the nursery when she was 28 days old. She is intelligent and stubborn at the same time. When she makes decisions, she doesn’t consider me at all. As soon as she arrived, she began socializing. She was surrounded by dogs, children, and many people.
Throughout the city, she was able to take in a variety of sights and sounds. The wolf has neophobia or fear of the unknown. The ability to live in an urban setting with me requires Kira to have this for her to feel comfortable. The process takes a lot of time and effort.
When Kira was 28 days old, Alida took her from the nursery. She began caring for, feeding, and teaching her domestic skills.
Despite her difficult upbringing, Kira has a stable temperament and does not react to aggression from other dogs. “She avoids approaching the child if he’s afraid of her,” she explains.
Alida was prepared for many adventures so she wouldn’t be afraid of the modern world.
People respond “interested,” “ask to be photographed,” and “ask if living with a wolf is dangerous.”
The seven-year-old is best friends with Kira, so she’s now fully domesticated and living with him in a loving environment.
Alida is often asked what life with a wolf is like.
Kira is friendly and doesn’t frighten people in real life since she doesn’t instill fear in them. People write many types of things on the internet, regardless of whether they are angry or stupid. After several reports about us, many people complained that I was acting stupidly because I had a predatory animal at home.
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