Frightened Wolf rescued from a hunter's trap and returned to the wild.

Watch this amazing images of some very courageous men freeing this poor wolf from a cruel trap!

There are still on this planet human beings worthy of the name who are able to counteract the harmful effects of other less than worthy humans. Despite being caught in a leg trap, a frightened wolf is able to return to the wild.... free on all 4 legs thanks to these gentlemen!

Whatever the purpose, the consequences for the trapped animals are the same — pain, suffering, and death. Proponents argue that traps are humane and selective, and that trapping is tightly regulated, an important source of income for many people, and necessary for managing wildlife. These claims, however, are far from the truth.

Despite what trappers would have you believe, animals frequently sustain severe injuries from being trapped. When not killed outright by the trap, animals can suffer physiological trauma, dehydration, exposure to severe weather, and predation by other animals until the trapper returns. When the trapper returns he usually clubs, suffocates or strangles the animal to death.

Responses to " Courageous Men Free Trapped Wolf in Wisconsin "

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thank God for men like these!

  2. Anonymous says:


  3. Anonymous says:

    That's one lucky wolf - so happy these guys had the know how to free this poor wolf. They are the such beautiful animals
    So much for the ban on leg hold traps - such a vicious and unnecessary way to trap animals. Beyond cruel.

  4. Anonymous says:

    i am very happy they saved that wolf,its a sin people keep trying to kill them god bless those men

  5. Unknown says:

    Thank You to the good samaritans who cared enough to save this beautiful scared wolf while allowing this beautiful creation to return to a life of freedom!

  6. phil roberts says:

    Can not say more than what has been said. I agree completely with all that is written.

  7. elisa says:

    THANKFUL TO THESE GENTLE-MEN!! ...leg traps are cruel and inhumane, cause tremendous pain, trauma and suffering to its innocent SENTIENT victims.....and should forever be banned!! should all means of torture and killing, and IGNORANCE!!!!.....

  8. Anonymous says:

    So glad these good hearted men came along and freed this poor baby!! Thank you guys~

  9. Anonymous says:

    Good job guys!

  10. Anonymous says:

    Thank You guys for saving my spirit animal and my favorite wild animal. There is a special place in my heart for men like you.

  11. MJB says:

    restores my faith in humanity..hate that animals get caught in traps..horrible way for them to thank you to these 3 brave men!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Thank you very much for saving the Wolf from dying a cruel and painful death.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for caring and saving a beautiful and valuable creature's life. May God give you a beautiful blessing on your life.

  14. Anonymous says:

    thank you for saving that beautiful creature...God bless you all

  15. Anonymous says:

    My heart is so happy . Love you guys!!!!!!! From Kat in Minnesota

  16. tim says:

    THAT Wolf will never do that Again

  17. Anonymous says:

    It is so nice to see people showing respect for a living, feeling being. The ass who set that trap should be ashamed!

  18. Anonymous says:

    Thank you to those great guys! Hope you destroyed the trap too!!

  19. emily says:

    you are heros thank you for helping on of gods creatures

  20. Anonymous says:

    Thank you to these gentlemen.
    Out of curiosity why is there a Dakota Snare ad right at the top of this page?

  21. Anonymous says:

    notice how vicious this wolf was and attacked them when he was free... NOT
    He just wants to be free like the rest of us. Thank God for these heroes!!!!!

  22. Anonymous says:

    YOU GUYS ROCK! Thank you for taking time to free this beautiful wolf, you restored my faith!

  23. Anonymous says:

    It is so refreshing to see grow men have the guts to release this traumatized wolf. I was happy to see the wolf run off and I bet the men felt pretty good about their efforts. Bravo there are kind hearted people who would essentially risk injury to save a wolf. I would love to meet these men. They need to be recognized as doing what the minority of Wisconsinites would never do. It's too easy to pick up a gun or a club and kill.

  24. Anonymous says:

    I almost was giving up the hope for humanity but this counteract seems to retrieving my hope . May karma touch u gentlemen.

  25. Kim Wakelin-Brake says:

    Real Men in my book and I wish for more like you... Love and Light to you all and the Wolf`s life you returned

  26. Anonymous says:

    big thank you guys if you where females I would kiss you, but I won,t cause im a male also, anyway superb work

  27. Shireen Bonegio says:

    The trappers who do this need to experience the shock, pain and trauma themselves to know what their atrocious actions result in. Thank the Lord for people with compassion and love for creatures of the wild.

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  29. Anonymous says:

    Respect. Good on ya,guys. Thanks.

  30. Anonymous says:

    Kindness still lives, Thank God.....

  31. Unknown says:

    Is there anything hotter than watching real men rescue a helpless animal?

  32. Giovanni says:

    Great job men! Nice to know we still have "real men" risking some danger to help our wolves and not the cowards like the moron that set this trap and caused this animal so much distress. Hope the trapper drops dead!

  33. Unknown says:

    Love those guys thank you on behalf of that majestic wolf he won't forget for the savage trappers hope they experience pain in there lives and no earth angels around for them they don't deserve to be rescued!

  34. Unknown says:

    Men should get recognition for saving that poor wolf, traps should be outlawed!

  35. Anonymous says:

    God bless these caring, brave men for freeing this poor, frightened and suffering wolf! I would love to meet them and shake their hands! You guys are heroes!!!!

  36. Thanks for help

  37. Unknown says:

    Thanks for saving this beautiful wolf!

  38. Unknown says:

    This is how a real man shows takes a greater man to save an animal!!!

  39. Unknown says:

    These are "real" men showing compassion for this trapped heart felt thank to the three of you.

  40. Unknown says:

    These are real men...there is no real need to trap animals except money.

  41. Anonymous says:

    Thank you, kind and generous humans. I do not know you, but I will have you on my mind and in my prayers each night. God Bless You Both!!

  42. Anonymous says:

    Thank you kind men that saved this poor wolf....I only wish there were more people like you in this world....this is what a real man is....

  43. Anonymous says:

    may the world be full of people like you that help the helpless and save the wounded , rescuing those in need. may the angels watch over you always. and mother nature always provide for your tummies

  44. lonna421 says:

    Every once in a while I'll see a story that gives me hope that attitudes towards wolves are changing for the better and renews my faith that there are some good men with great hearts, the kind we call hero's. Watching these men rescue this wolf from this trap and setting him free made my heart fill with gratitude. Thank you wolf hero's for giving this wolf back it's freedom.

  45. Outstanding humans and outstanding work! Trapping is inherently cruel. Traps are NOT selective. Claims otherwise have been shown as false many times.

    Thank you for sharing this, White Wolf Pack!

  46. Unknown says:

    Thank you for your kindness. That means the world to me and that wolf. There needs to be more men like you on Earth.

  47. trapper who caught my dog refused to pay vet bll, exact quote ''i'm not responsible''

  48. Unknown says:

    These are real bad azz guys..

  49. That's a beautiful Wolf. Why trap it? It's so cruel and unusual to do this.

  50. Unknown says:

    Earth Angels at work Thankyou for being there x

  51. Anonymous says:

    Bless these men for the beautiful act.

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