Wolf Mountain

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In a sanctuary in the empty Californian desert, Tonya Littlewolf runs a rescue and rehabilitation for wolves. Many were rescued from breeders, some needing a lot of hands on attention from her. This is her story, and why she does what she’s doing.

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