Marsha Levine
Marsha Levine

Ken Salazar had a wold who survived and was left with one leg missing. Salazar called this animal "plucky". He ordered this beautiful brave male wolf shipped to Salazar to be his captive pet... or captive miserable prisoner. Sickening. After killing this wolf's whole family had to make him a prisoner. A trinket.

Marsha Levine
Marsha Levine
  • Marsha Levine

Sorry again for my type O... I meant to spell WOLF not wold.

Rita Lemkuil
Rita Lemkuil
  • Marsha Levine

For real? He kept a wolf for a pet? Really? Say it isn't so!!! Oh, when I say pet, I meant prisoner.

Pala Fox
Pala Fox

protect the wildlife.

Bonnie Brumbalough Carlson

I can't help but feel that one day their time will come. What goes around comes around. For us it just doesn't seem to come fast enough.

Bonnie Brumbalough Carlson

What Ken Salazar and his cronies are doing to our wildlife is criminal. They can do this and laugh at the suffering these poor creatures have to endure. It's really hard to look at these pictures without the tears falling.

Michelle Brown
Michelle Brown

Ken Salazer should have been kicked out years ago ! He is useless !!! He doesn't care about anything than sucking up to Obama, when he's position is to do what's best for the wildlife and the protection of the mustangs and burros ! Complete joke and waste of money !! Sooner he's gone the better !!

Heather O'Shaughnessy
Heather O'Shaughnessy

It is important for wild horses and wolves to exist. Balance and harmony in nature are important....that means humans need to learn to live with all God's creatures

Sylviane Kundun
Sylviane Kundun

Unissons nous pour défendre les loups<3<3<3<3.

Luis Roger Berti Massa

firmado y compartido justicia para cada animal en el mundo,!

Ghislaine Jannier
Ghislaine Jannier

Il faut défendre les loups! Signé et partagé.

Maryse Minjot
Maryse Minjot

je comprends mal l'anglais, mais j'aime les loups, donc tous moyens pour les protéger et les défendre sont les bienvenus.

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