Thank you for your commitment to providing the highest level of care for the wolves.
And thank you to those who have already made a gift.
Family group of 15 wolves at Wolf Haven's McCleery Ranch in Montana
Samantha (bottom) and Lonnie at Wolf Haven's Tenino sanctuary
What you care about
We know that you care about the
welfare of animals. We know that you want to see animals in captivity treated with respect and dignity. We know that you want Wolf Haven International to
continue our compassionate, humane management of wolves.
We know that you care about animals, especially wolves because your financial support has kept our sanctuary "alive" for 36 years! Your donation, wolf "adoption" and membership allow us to do more than rescue wolves in need and provide sanctuary.
YOUR GIFT is the engine that helps Wolf Haven keep moving forward in our never-ending effort to enhance their quality of life.
Wish List for our wolves
A corridor is built and ready for placement at McCleery Ranch in Bridger, Montana
We want to restructure and enlarge the living space for our wolves in Tenino, WA. We want to build corridors that connect one enclosure to another, thus allowing the residents to move more freely.
Caedus and Shali explore their newly constructed corridor.
The wolves in Montana need to
be separated into smaller groups. In the wild, wolves
can disperse, find their own territory and begin their own families. Without this option, large groups of wolves may express aggressive behavior toward certain
members of the pack.
All of this requires money - in addition to the cost of buying food for 95 mouths.
Your gift matters
YOUR GIFT pays for medical care, shelter and food for the 95 individuals in our care. But it does more than just keep our residents alive - it allows us to give them the best living conditions possible in captivity. There is no question that all animals, both wild and domestic," feel" their lives. They are
unique, living, breathing beings with a full range of emotions, so how we treat them matters greatly. Your gift does matter to the well-being of the wolves.