This is a story of a wolf pup rescue In Pakistan.

Omer, a man from Pakistan, found a wolf pup that was alone in the wild. He said that when he found her, he looked for the mother wolf, but soon found that the mother had been killed by hunters.

He then made the decision to rescue the baby wolf, who is about 1 1/2 months old, and attempt to help her to survive. Omar has been feeding her some milk and chicken to keep her alive.

He is concerned for the baby wolf and says he must hide her from the local people because he lives in an area where people hunt and kill wolves. Since she is a wild wolf, he will take care of her until she is strong enough to be released back into the wild. Watch video and see pictures of this amazing little Indian wolf pup from Pakistan.

Photos Credit Omer Khan

Note: Indian wolves are likely of a much older lineage than northern wolves. Morphologically, Indian wolves greatly resemble primitive European wolves from 500,000 years ago. Recent DNA research suggests the Indian wolf populations in lowland peninsular India have not interbred significantly with any other wolf population for nearly 400,000 years, which could possibly make them an altogether separate species from the grey wolf.


Responses to "Pakistani Man finds and rescues a Rare abandoned Indian wolf pup. (Video)"

  1. HERO! <3

  2. Anonymous says:

    Man with a big heart

  3. Anonymous says:

    At least there one is Pakistani person with a very good heart.....And (y) (y) for that man......

  4. Aww , A real person with a good Heart . You are my HERO . Only if there where more people in this World like you . <3 <3 <3

  5. khan dada says:

    Thx to all

  6. Anonymous says:

    He is a true hero! !

  7. Anonymous says:

    thank you for being compassionate, caring, and taking the time to help this pup have a chance to grow and be released by into the wild.....
    if you have a way of placing a blanket over a chair on 3 sides this will made a den area for the pup to feel safe. It is a natures way having a place to retreat.....

  8. Anonymous says:

    Wolves are pack or family animals. Adults teach the babies everything. How is he going to teach it what to eat or how to hunt on its own. Sounds like he is prolonging the inevitable and that is a very sad ending. I thank him for his big heart and trying.

  9. chrissy spry says:

    Poor baby is so afraid ,thankyou for rescuing him/her , is there an update would love to know how he/she is progressing :-) xx

  10. You're a wonderful caring man.

  11. Thank you for rescuing the wolf pup ur her hero .

  12. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful of you to rescue this beautiful baby but perhaps you should contact a Wolf Sanctuary who are experts at saving wolves. Thank you for your caring and your humanity toward our precious creatures!

  13. Anonymous says:

    Hero! If you're not able to release to the wild, he will make a great companion...don't feel bad. I've raised part-wolf pups.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Oh, this video makes me miss my little guys so much. Have fun! You will never regret rescuing such a beautiful animal. I hope the community will learn to accept him, and stop killing wolves! That's one of the best situations that could possibly happen. P.S. Wolves are not mean (like in the movies). They are loving, smart, loyal, beautiful, and important. They are important.

  15. Anonymous says:

    God bless wolves, especially this one. God bless human, especially this one.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Cute little pup, makes my heart break to see him so sad. Hope he survives and lives his life. You, mister, must be a big hearted man to do all this, and may Allah be with you.

  17. Please please contact a proper rescue centre if there is one where you are, you can't just release her back into the wild as she won't know how to hunt, being raised by humans not her pack, she will just die slowly or be killed as she's used to humans and will approach them for food. Also she needs some sort of den, she must be terrified, its very kind of you to save her but you might be inadvertently causing a great deal of suffering.

  18. assissi3 says:

    Although his heart is in the right place, agree with all who have said the little wolf won't know how to survive in the wild as these skills are learned from the pack. Bring her to a wildlife expert or try to find a pack.

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