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Tricks for Treats

Friends, Halloween is just around the corner, and the animals of Brother Wolf have been practicing their tricks (and enjoying lots of treats!) in preparation for “Tricks for Treats,” our matching gift challenge! Donate today and your gift will be doubled! One of the most important elements of our work is making sure that our […]

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Dude Man Embraces the Good Life

Dude Man spent the first seven years of his life at the end of a chain tied to a tree. Can you imagine what it must have been like to sit in that same place in thunderstorms, snow, and summer heat? No one took him on a walk, or played catch with him, or let […]

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Healthy Jalapeño

Have you ever noticed a cat living outside in your neighborhood or near your workplace? Unowned, free-roaming cats are called “community cats” and live in closely-knit colonies. Though these cats are unowned, they often have caregivers who provide them with food, water, shelter, and medical care. Community cats are usually not socialized with people and […]

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Building a Kinder World

If you missed our email on August 26th, we wanted to share it here.  Dear Friends, Saving lives requires our whole community working together, and I am grateful for the profound ways in which you continue to support the animals of Brother Wolf.  Let’s celebrate what we’ve accomplished together over the last six months! Over […]

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The Hardest Decision

We’re drawn to animal rescue because we want to save them. We want to see them end up in the perfect home and be doted on like our own animals. We want the senseless killing of animals in shelters to stop. We want every single one of them to have the best life. On the […]

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A joyful coincidence

Sometimes the perfect family comes together when the timing aligns just so. Dohlie was surrendered to Brother Wolf as a senior dog, but she soon found a home thanks to a joyful coincidence. Dohlie spent her life with the same family for many years. When she turned twelve, Dohlie’s family had a baby and she struggled […]

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Pennyworth

When Pennyworth was found she had been living as a stray and one of her eyes was severely infected. The shelter that took her in discovered that she has feline leukemia (FeLV). They reached out to Brother Wolf to help. It was clear that Pennyworth had been living outside as a stray; one of her […]

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The Graduates

As we continue our daily work to save the lives of animals in need, it’s critical to collaborate with other animal welfare programs that share a similar mission. We recently began working with the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center (BRC), a new facility in Weaverville that offers behavioral rehabilitation to severely fearful dogs. The BRC takes […]

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The greatest ability to love

It takes the collaboration of our whole community to save the lives of animals in need. This was certainly true for Oona, a dog who found her forever home thanks to the many people who came together to save her. On a stormy evening in Barnardsville, Oona was found alone on an empty road. She […]

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