Los Angeles Homeless City wolf needs help. Domesticated in a car and apt from Colorado to Los Angeles. The wolf is a 3 year old male. His Daddy is Alaskan Timber wolf and his mother is a Red Wolf. The human mom and daughter are homeless and been looking for work living in a car. The mom found work 3 days a week finally but at $8.00 an hour while daughter in school. They received a few hotel county vouchers but the bed bugs got the best of them and scared them. Hotels do not take a dog much less a wolf. No human shelter will take the wolf.The wolf named Nikko lost his partner and pups to a shelter and is very depressed He was given to a family to help for a week and they kept him in the heat on the side of the house where he was malnourished and waterless. He lost a lot of weight. The owner decided to live in the car and not give up little wolf Nikko to anyone again. Prior to this no shelter welcomed the wolf as he would have been put down. Domesticated in a car and apt from Colorado to Los Angeles he lived in a small cage for 8 months and then tied up in east L.A. He cannot go to a wolf rescue as he has been domesticated but not socialized. He does well in a car or home but can jump fences.
It is a very sad story as so many are. I have 4 rescues already (3 in need in need of some surgery so my animal bills are maxed), to boys at home and taking care of my 81 year old mom but this issue I will not turn away from. To save a beautiful creature as he was sent my way for some reason. I am asking for financial care for Nikko for a vet as he had parvo once, has not ever had shots of any kind, needs certain nutrition differ from a domestic dog, needs a traveling cage, tags, bedding and whatever else wolves need. He is very skinny and has a slight leg paralysis as he was in a cage for some time. I really need to help this family and hope you may find it in your heart too. I am doing so much to make him feel alive and bring his spirit back. he has never been to a field or woods. he only knows the city and east L.A. hood. I took Nikko to the woods in Calabasas and found a creek and here is where his spirit returned as a wolf. He had never seen a deer and fresh running water. I feel so bad for him. He is very sweet but scared wolf needing all the help he can get.
Funding to support Nikko the city wolf can be sent by check for now to : Rebecca Ferratti 531 A. North hollywood way ste 122 Burbank. Ca 91505
all receipts of Nikko funding will be transparent to you
I will be adding a facebook page in care of Nikko City wolf for all to view his weekly progress.