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The everyday world that man has created is fraught with danger for the animals in the wild. Every way they seem to turn there lies a potential trap whether intended or unintended. Man's deadly influence has even filled the great oceans with plastic and toxic waste from which there is no escape for the creatures of the sea and the sky. Fish and sea birds have been found with bellies full of plastic caps/bags. Every year cars take the lives of millions of innocent animals just trying to cross our manmade roads. Even our fences that we have put up to define our territories are a potential hazard as you will see in the video below.

Then there are the intended dangers that man uses to the detriment of wildlife. Snares and steeljaw traps are some of the worst weapons used againt innocent animals such as coyotes, wolves, mountain lions,bears, etc. Animals caught in these traps lie in agonizing pain for days until finally dying. Some have even been known to chew off their own foot just to be free of the pain and confinement. Trappers are not required in many states to check their traps for days so there is no relief for the trapped animal.

We must make a conscientious effort to eliminate these dangers that are in our power to do so. Limiting the use of plastic and carefully recycling that which we do use is extremely important. Watching for crossing wildlife on our roads is a must. Many times these animals that are killed have babies back at home who will also die without their parental care. As for traps, there is absolutely no valid reason to be using these devices of torture. Efforts must be taken to eliminate the use of them around the world. We must think beyond our own little immediate world for we share this world with many other creatures. It is high time that we live up to that responsibility of ours.

The video below is a very touching scene of a man who comes to the rescue of a wolf trapped in a wire fence. At his own risk, the man carefully tries to set the wolf free. Although not all of us would be able to attempt this, this is the spirit of concern that we all must share towards our fellow brethern of the wild.



Responses to "Courageous man frees wolf from fence (VIDEO)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Love the fact that there are still some wonderfully awesome people out there who will step up to the plate and help a brother being out. Would love to shake the hand of the guy who so lovingly and calmly cut the wolf free.

  2. I love the commentary...and the hauling ass of the wolf

  3. Debra Pampalone says:

    This was so heart warming.....Some really good men out there....thank you for your kindness towards animals...real men are kind to animals....:)

  4. Wolfsong says:

    It gives me some hope for mankind to know that there are still people out there like these two that will stop and help instead of turning a blind eye. May their journey through this life always be blessed for doing kind deeds such as this.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I love how careful he was being and trying to avoid cutting his foot any further that it already could have been. I'm glad there are still some wonderful people out there willing to help defenseless wildlife.

  6. Anonymous says:

    THANK YOU GUYS!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Anonymous says:

    You guys ROCK, thank you

  8. Carolyn says:

    God bless you! Saving a trapped wolf is above and beyond the call!!!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Right after the wolf got free and went into the road, I thought I heard a car coming

  10. Anonymous says:

    thank you so much for caring and helping our brother the wolf.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Well done to that guy, very humane of him.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Thanks from the bottem off my hart for that relais of the wolf .
    You are my hero

  13. Anonymous says:

    Isn't it great that some people do still care , you guys deserve more than just everybodies thanks, but guess that is all we can give you!!THANKS SO MUCH for helping the wolf!!xx

  14. Anonymous says:

    That was lovely, thanks very much for helping that poor animal.

  15. Anonymous says:

    What an awesome job guys..today they are being slaughtered and you took the time to set him/her free...God's best to you always and for having a heart of gold!

  16. “You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him.” ~ James D. Miles

    “It is worth reminding ourselves that the greatest joy and satisfaction in life come from actions we undertake out of concern for others.” – Dalai Lama

  17. nefertari says:

    well done to that guy good to see some people care about our animals.

  18. Anonymous says:

    freeing such a vicious and dangerous animal - yeah right, all the poor baby wanted was away - never offered to hurt anyone there, and he had to be in a lot of pain from stressed muscles, strained joints, the cut foot, and being upside down.

  19. Anonymous says:

    True hero.

  20. Veronica says:

    What awesome guys you two are. Your actions have made me so happy. You are amazing xxx

  21. Anonymous says:

    Thank you so much for being a kind person!!!

  22. Anonymous says:

    Bless you.....

  23. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for being a caring and kind person the both of you. You were teaching your son a good lesson in caring about all of Gods creatures!As you can see if the wolf had wanted to try to hurt anyone when he was trapped like he was he would have tried to but as you see he didnt!

  24. Anonymous says:

    wow - thanks for giving the wolf a helping hand. You can see that he knew he was being helped by his posture and how still he laid. God bless you guys!!

  25. Anonymous says:

    You guys make my heart smile! thanks for caring! :)

  26. Anonymous says:

    Thumbs up to you sir for helping the wolf out...yes the wolf knew you were there to help and not hurt...You will be blessed for your kindness...Thank you

  27. Anonymous says:

    You will be rewarded for the kindness and humanity you showed to this poor injured and helpless animal. Karma comes in both manners; to those who do harm to others it will be horrible, but to those who help others, it will be Wonderful! I Thank You for be the kind of GOOD men and compassionate human beings that can stand as an example for the rest of society and the world! YOU Guys ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  28. Anonymous says:

    great great great free wolf thank you so much ily

  29. Anonymous says:

    OUTSTANDING GENTLEMEN! I salute you! God bless & God speed

  30. Anonymous says:

    awesome! guess there's some hope for at least some of the human race after all...

  31. Delta says:

    Wow, That...Is amazing. XD a Delta wolf would say, AWOO-RAHH!!! Way to go guys!

  32. Anonymous says:

    I put this up on Face Book over a week Ago, It is Such a Great inspiring thing when a Man helps a Wild Wolf, God Bless Him. I wish more men were like him, Saving Instead Of Killing. I would love to Give Him a Huge Hug from me and the Wolf. What a Great Person he is. And the Camera Man to Have a Huge Heart for a Animal That Would Of been Dead If it Wasn't for Them.. He is a Great Human.

  33. Anonymous says:

    so awesome!! so nice to see people helping animals!

  34. Anonymous says:

    A good man doing a good deed! Thank You! I am always happy to see when people care for and respect life.

  35. Anonymous says:

    There is a special palace in heaven for people like that guy.Thank you.

  36. ladywolf129 says:

    may the spirte of the whitewolf guide you thur out your life. For you have done a very good deed.

  37. Anonymous says:

    yes thank u for saving one our brothers he knew that u were there to help him....

  38. AnnieR says:

    The highest form of humanity is that of loving and protecting nature. This is the exact opposite of that mentality which seeks to subjugate, exploit and destroy nature. Bravo.

  39. Anonymous says:

    well done gentle men,,, thank you.

  40. Anonymous says:

    bravo et merci pour lui

  41. Skye says:

    Real men protect the innocent. Nice work guys, we're all proud of you for helping that beautiful Wolf! :o-)

  42. Anonymous says:

    What a couple of great guys! Way to go!

  43. Shepherdsstorm says:

    The simplist act of kindness is the greatest gift of all. Well done kind sirs.

  44. Unknown says:

    That beautiful wolf is now a friend for life to that wonderful man....bless him for being the best kind of human being there is....xx

  45. Anonymous says:

    thankyou thankyou for stopping and helping him he was so exausted, happy to see this film

  46. Anonymous says:

    Thats an amazing thing to see! Great job! Happy to see there are people who would rather help the poor thing rather then just killing it

  47. Anonymous says:

    Wow. Simply wow. Well done men, well done.

  48. Anonymous says:

    I would also like to tell him THANK YOU SO MUCH! It is nice to kmow that there are still people, willing to help our wolves!

  49. Anonymous says:

    These men set and example that needs to be followed, (their actions that is, not their language), Most would have just pulled a gun and killed the innocent wolf that had no idea what the human implanted barbed wire fence would do to him/her. And did you notice that the Wolf did not even try to bite or attack the human helper. It knew he was saving it's life. I hope this helps prove to those who want to kill,kill,kill the wolves that they are teaching wrong ideas about the wolves.

  50. This guy is a hero. If wolves had medals they'd give him one. I hope he knows what an amazing thing he did. It's sad that this is an example of the rarest of all types of humans -- one that would risk his own safety to help a wild animal. Bravo.

  51. Spider says:

    I love you guys and I don't even know you! ♥♥♥

  52. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful feat of kindness to one of our fellow beings. Thank you.

  53. lolapower says:

    Awesome! There are still good people in this world!~

  54. Vivien says:

    Just watched this video - - - Wonderful to see this man helping the poor wolf - such compassion and kindness = Dont know who you are - but thank you so much for being so kind - even at risk to yourself. This is what real men are made of. Vivien. UK.

  55. Marysia says:

    Well done men! In the name of the Wolf THANK YOU!!!

  56. Anonymous says:

    IT WAS A GREAT DEED , ONLY THING IS IT WAS NOT A WOLF BUT A COYOTE....

  57. Anonymous says:

    that man is an angel THANK YOU

  58. weezy says:

    Thank you...

  59. Anonymous says:

    THAT WHAT I CALL A 'REAL MAN'....THANKYOU WHOEVER YOU ARE....MAYBE THE COWARDS THAT LOVE 'CANNED HUNTS' CAN LEARN A THING OR TWO...

  60. Amanda says:

    Thank you to the man who helped the wolf...About the steeljaw traps and snares...I saw if we are aloowed to use them on animals we are allowed to use them on people. The animals are our brothers and sisters and there is no difference in torturing a little girl and a female wolf pup. Maybe that would open blind peoples eyes

  61. Carole Wass says:

    pat on the back for that man well done indeed

  62. Anonymous says:

    This is how we all should treat our brothers of the forest. It is us who are not living by the code of mother earth. We are responcible for these situations to occur. We try to lay claim to things that are not ours to own.
    SpiritKeeper55@gmail.com

  63. Anonymous says:

    It is a wonderful thing to know there are still caring people willing to help a brother/sister in need. There is still hope for Humanity. May Creator grant you many blessings on your life journey.

  64. Anonymous says:

    with all of the people out there trying to kill off the wolf populations, it is a heartfelt relief to see that there are still those out there that care about our 4 legged friends. Thank you to the 2 Gentlemen that released this beautiful creature!

  65. Anonymous says:

    this gave me tears of joy, thank you for helping this awesome creature free! it is very heart warming that someone took the time to help out this creature out of its trap so that it can go back to its family! KUDOS!!!

  66. Its nice to see there are still some men who would rather help than hurt the wolf. My heart is so happy to see it. Thank u guys for doing what u did. <3

  67. Anonymous says:

    Good work people. Seems like there are more of us out there afterall.

  68. Anonymous says:

    A big TY for this men who did more than just look and pass!!! TY

  69. Anonymous says:

    Aw my heart fell to my feet , Thank you to those wonderful souls nice to know there is love nd kindness for wolves in this world from the UK I thank you x x

  70. Anonymous says:

    thank god for kind hearted people towards animals :)

  71. MIKE KEEN says:

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! BIG BIG HUG!!! AWOOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU VERY MUCH LOVE!!! <3 <3 <3

  72. Anonymous says:

    We could have seen a video of some nasty people killing a helpless wolf.....but we didnt. Way too many videos of people killing, torturing and collecting trophies. thankyou to these two men for risking a bite to save a beautiful wolf.

  73. Anonymous says:

    Very cool! Thank you for helping this beautiful creature!

  74. Jerry/ Wolfwarrior says:

    I thank this man more than words can describe. We need more folks like him.

  75. Mrs.Banks says:

    thank u guys for helping that poor wolf it was very kind n caring of u guys we need more people like u in our world God Bless u both

  76. Anonymous says:

    Good folks

  77. Anonymous says:

    That had to be in a park, it being a wolf the other kind of human would not have been so kind, thank you both for caring enough to stop and check and to set a Great Spirit free again.

  78. Anonymous says:

    Bravo !

  79. Anonymous says:

    You guys are awesome.

  80. Anonymous says:

    That was just awesome.

  81. Anonymous says:

    hats off to some great men!!! Good job and hearts of gold ;)

  82. Anonymous says:

    It warms my heart to see a video like this one. God Bless the man who set that wolf free.

  83. Anonymous says:

    God the Creator of all that is, will get them for that...and gift them good times ten!

  84. Sharon Thomas says:

    Thank You: so many would have just drove right on by nice to know that there are still real people out there: bless you:

  85. Anonymous says:

    Awesome that this guy helped the coyote from the fence :)

  86. Anonymous says:

    Suntoksa are intelligent people, very psychic and have come to understand the white man's language. A combination of what's on your mind "freeing the wolf", saying, "We're only trying to help you" and doing the actions of cutting that barbed wire all spoke to the wolf well. Thank you for setting her free (look under the tail, no sack). You made Tunkasina (God)smile the day you gave your compassion and took care of one of our relatives in a good way. Many prayers and blessings being sent your way. Ho, Pidamayaye (You have made me grateful, thank you)

  87. Anonymous says:

    thank you

  88. Anonymous says:

    How rude of the wolf to not even thank the man. A thank you could have gone a long way to helping human/wolf relations. Instead, the wolf runs home to complain about the humans putting the fence there. Can't we all just get along?

  89. Anonymous says:

    good work guys keep it up

  90. Anonymous says:

    So nice to see people that actually care about the wild life....Good stuff guys!

  91. Anonymous says:

    So nice to know there are decent people out there who out of kindness take the time to help defenceless animals....You are good people..

  92. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for being such a caring person...

  93. Catherine Keohane-Johnson says:

    Always nice to see such wonderful videos. God bless the men who helped this poor animal.

  94. Anonymous says:

    thank you thank you thank you and bless you.

  95. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for caring enough to free the wolf. Hopefully its foot will heal.

  96. Anonymous says:

    Thank you! :)

  97. I seriously think comments from the opposite perspective are being deleted. I've seen what wolves do. I'm glad there are people who care about animals. I'm one of them. We raise cattle. I've seen calves that have been run down by wolves for pleasure. the wolves will bite the back of their neck and sever the spine, for fun at times. Other times they will eat their sex organs and leave the rest while the calf is still alive. We know people who've lost several horses from wolf killings. Wait until you lose a family pet or worse yet a child from one.

  98. Unknown says:

    Thank you guys so much! This video brought tears to my eyes.

  99. THANK YOU for taking the time and having the compassion to save that wolf.

    Also, humans are the only species that kills for entertainment and pleasure. Wolves live on instinct. The only reason they would leave a kill uneaten is if they are chased off. In the case of a calf, probably the mother and other cattle stampeded the wolves, chasing them off.

  100. Anonymous says:

    I'm so glad they were able to help the wolf and I so agree with you Kim and Digital Diva

  101. Anonymous says:

    YAY! Bright blessings to these wonderful gentlemen who stopped. Puts the true meaning of gentle into men. :) <3 <3

  102. Anonymous says:

    Thank you so much for helping this poor creature. And didn't the video show that wolved are NOT agressive, humans eating monsters?!

  103. Anonymous says:

    My dog growing up on the farm disappeared for over a week...she came back home with a big gash in her hind leg....and from that day forward; every lightning storm would break a window; if necessary, to get into the basement of the house and hide until the storm was over...we installed hinges on one of the basement windows so she could get in easily..as well as a cleat on the screen door so she could open it..we think she was hung up on a fence like this wolf during some scarey thunder storms...

  104. Anonymous says:

    thanks guys that is awesome of you

  105. Gale says:

    So many want to kill them. These kind men had the courage and caring to save one.

  106. Anonymous says:

    Good men can do no less. Thanks for living the right way, gentlemen.

  107. Anonymous says:

    I thank the man for his kindness and gentleness toward the wolf, talking to him/her and gently cutting the wire. The wolf was helpless but knew you were going to help and trusted you with his/her life. The bond that was formed between you and the wolf during that time will be remembered by both of you.

    Laura, I lived with wolf. I brought her into my home. She did not eat my children nor did she devour the our little dog or cat. She protected my two daughters, the little dog, and the cat. We had to take the time to understand her and love her. When she went with us to our friends ranch she did not attack their calves, chickens, or horses, nor did she chase or try to hunt the antelope at Antelope Island off lead. Take the time to know a wolves before you condemn them. My family and I have never had the bond or friendship with a dog like we had with Janai. She was a wolf and we respected her, excepted her, and loved her as one.

    Laynie

  108. Desiree says:

    bravo thanku u 2 are true hero's

  109. julierl says:

    @ LAura's Legend: You need to shed your calves. And get guard dogs. And get your cattle out of wolf territory.

  110. Anonymous says:

    This man is a true Earth Angel....The wolf must have been terrified, not to mention the pain and suffering..This persons gentleness and kindness will be repaid..Thankyou!! from the bottom of my heart..Sandie UK :)

  111. Anonymous says:

    I don't know how the wolf got his leg caught so high on the fence, but I'm grateful to the man for freeing the wolf. This is how we all should be, but sadly, there are too many people who would have harmed/killed the wolf in its vulnerable condition. Thank you, Mister, for your act of kindness. I, for one, greatly appreciate it. (Y)

  112. Anonymous says:

    That gentlman is without doubt one kind and compassionate person. Well done Sir!

  113. Anonymous says:

    It's stories like these that renew my faith in the human race. Blessings to this kind man.

  114. Unknown says:

    I was in such sigh when i saw this.. My heart hurt soooo bad for the wolf!! Thank you so much to the gentlemen that had the heart to release the wolf, I would have done the same. Thank you and God Bless you!

  115. Anonymous says:

    YOU GUYS ROCK!!!

  116. Anonymous says:

    Hats off to the both of you!!

  117. Anonymous says:

    Ordinary heroes! ♥

  118. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful! Light created via this compassion. Thank you so much.

  119. Chris says:

    That was wonderful to see. I am so happy they managed to free him . Thank you from the UK x

  120. Anonymous says:

    This should be posted on safe wolf sites shows wolf don't hurt people and they know when some one is helping them

  121. Anonymous says:

    This video warmed our hearts with admiration and gratitude for the kindness shown to the wolf. We thank you and salute you for the hero you truly are.

  122. Anonymous says:

    THANK GOD 4 GUYS LIKE U!! U NEED TO PUT THIS CLIP ON U UBE SO IT CAN GO VIRAL FOR THE WHOLE WORLD TO SEE U AS ROLE MODELS N HOW U FEEL TOWARDS THE WOLVES N ALSO SHOW THAT THE WOLF DIDN'T TRY TO GET UP OR SNAP N GROWL EVEN THOW HE HAD TO B IN SOME KINDA PAIN AS MOST ANIMALS WILL TRY TO SNAP AT UR HAND AS UR TRYING TO HELP THEM!! TY AGAIN FOR HAVING A GOOD SOUL N HEART!

  123. Unknown says:

    Awsome. I would like to give hem a big hug. Tank you for saving hem. RESPECT.

  124. Unknown says:

    Awsome. I would like to give hem a big hug. Tank you for saving hem. RESPECT.

  125. Anonymous says:

    So cool of him :}

  126. Anonymous says:

    fantanstic wish there were people like them

  127. Anonymous says:

    So very grateful to these guys thank you so much. Also to your commentary White wolf thank you for educating us

  128. Dee says:

    What wonderful, courageous men. That wolf thanks you and so do I. You are very kind people and set an amazing example of love and compassion.

  129. Anonymous says:

    Thank you so mch for helping the wollf you are awesome

  130. Anonymous says:

    what a wonderful and brave act of kindness. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

  131. Anonymous says:

    Thank you my brothers. Your compassion brought tears to my eyes. Sending you love from Oakland.

  132. Anonymous says:

    Thank you so very much

  133. Anonymous says:

    AWESOME JOB GUYS! THUMBS UP TO YOU'S!

  134. Anonymous says:

    GOD bless you guys.It's an honorable thing that you did,we are all loved by someone or something

  135. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for your kindness. All living creatures deserve to live without harm or pain and this was a very kind thing to do - thank you thank you thank you. - A.B. Calgary Alberta Canada

  136. Unknown says:

    i just want to say thank you

  137. Anonymous says:

    Well done! Thank you, Sir. And... What a lucky wolf!!! :D

  138. Anonymous says:

    Thank you!! Wish there were more like you!!!

  139. Anonymous says:

    u r so awesome for freeing that beautiful wolf thank u

  140. Victoria Provenzano says:

    Thank you so much for saving my sister. Awhoooooo. I know she was in pain and scaired, yet remainned the gentle creature she really is. Wolves are not killers, they only kill to feed themselves, the pack or their young, not for sport. PPL do not want to understand this. If they were such killers, that wolf would have turned on yhat great man who freed her, regardless. She would have been snapping at him and trying to get to him. Again, thank you for what you did, and for being a man.

  141. Anonymous says:

    God Bless you all, for your act of kindness for animals! There is no doubt you will be rewarded for your deed! It was not a coincidence that you help this animal, our Creator always put angels in time of need,no matter if it's a person, persons, or animals.! You all were the Angels for this animal! Thanks! , <3

  142. Anonymous says:

    What a wonderful act of kindness! Too bad the person speaking on camera had such a limited vocabulary with such extensive use of the "F" word, the most profane word in the english language.

  143. Anonymous says:

    Quel merveilleux acte de bonté!

  144. Anonymous says:

    That wolf will always remember you guys and be your friend for life. Thanks so much for saving her.♥♥♥♥♥.

  145. Anonymous says:

    Nice job guys. The world needs more people like you all. We need to help them not kill them. The wolf knew you were there to help him. He would not have done anything to you. God bless the wolves.

  146. Michael Franklin says:

    To see that someone took the time and effort to do something like that for animal such as that wolf, fills my heart with hope for the species, and for mankind!!

  147. Anonymous says:

    One more interactive target available....

  148. Anonymous says:

    that is awesome that he would risk himself to help an animal in need bless your heart.

  149. Anonymous says:

    bunch of PETA freaks!!!

  150. Anonymous says:

    great man, wish you all the luck in the world.

  151. Unknown says:

    That was awesome thank you gentleman 4 freeing the most beautiful creature on this earth love my wolfs and coyotes......

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