Many animals can be kept as pets, from common animals like dogs and cats to exotic ones like snakes and parrots.
Then on rare occasions, you see pets like Cara, wolves.
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Cara was abandoned by her mother when she was only 3 days old and she could not live alone, thankfully Alida saved her.
Alida took him in, raised him, trained him, and raised him like a dog so that he could have another chance at life.
Wolves are wild at heart, and unlike dogs, their genes do not have the ability to breed from generation to generation, so understandably, Cara was difficult to breed.
She was more careful about new things, so Alida had to work harder. Cara was in dire need of socialization, meeting children, adults, and even other animals.
Now that she’s done a lot of work, she’s a complete pet and won’t hurt the fly.
“Kera’s mother lived with a family, but they couldn’t manage to take care of her and she ended up in a nursery. She no longer trusts people. Kera was born in that nursery.
“If left unattended in the jungle, he is more likely to die because no one taught him to hunt. Cara’s mother left her children when they were 3 days old and in the nursery, so They were fed by hand and as soon as Kera became strong I took her and first gave her milk.
“I took her from the nursery when she was 28 days old. She is smart but very stubborn. When making decisions, she pays attention to herself, not to me. From the beginning, I helped her socialize. The process began. He saw a large number of dogs, people, and children.
“We used to walk in different places so that he could study different smells, hear new sounds. Wolves have a natural neophobia, fear of everything new. It is a very difficult process, long and tiring. But it is important that Cara can stay with me in the urban environment and feel comfortable.
Alida took Cara from the nursery when she was only 28 days old and taught her how to take care of, feed and nurture.
She also had problems with upbringing, but with age, it all goes away and the work pays off – Cara has a stable and moderate psyche, doesn’t react to other dogs’ aggression, and provokes self-conflict. do not have. She is very careful with children and if the child is afraid of her she does not go to him.
Alida made sure that she would not be intimidated by the modern world and therefore took her on many adventures.
On the street, people usually respond with curiosity, ask to be photographed, ask if it is dangerous to be with a wolf, and especially when there is a child in the house (my 7-year-old son Bogdan)
Cara is now a happy-go-lucky dog who lives at home with a 7-year-old boy whom she loves dearly.
Many passersby ask Elida what it is like to live with a wolf.
“In real life, people usually react, because Cara is very friendly and doesn’t scare people. But people on the internet are angry and even stupid, they write different things, especially about us. After a series of reports, there were many reports that I was acting very stupid because I kept a predator in the house.
To follow Kira and Alida’s daily lives, check out her Instagram she.s.a.wolf
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