i love woves. there amazingly smart and are extreamly dedicated to the family. once i saw a wolf extreamly sad and depressed because that same year his mate passed away. ): so i know that they are deffantaly a loving spechies. when most people take one look at woves they think killers,but if you take a closer look there just cute overgrown dogs! i have always had a deep love for wolves,but it is breaking my heart to see the population decresing. i think its time to turn the table! by doing this progect i hope to re-introduce woves into the wild! Can you please help me help raise awareness for wolves? Please read below to see what this fund is about. every week i spend quiet a wile making clay sculptures and drawing art. How I help is that every friday after school for many weeks I help sell ice cream at her school and sell wolf art and sculpted wolf clay sculptures to trade for donations at the art table. were kinda like a team she buys icecream and sells it for some of the profit,wile i sculpt clay woves and draw wolves in diffrint positions. were curently bringing wolves to two diffrint schools. If you would like to help wolves too, please donate using the orange button and the money will go to my portion of her fund. I can send you one of my wolf art drawings (wolf with flowers, wolf with unicorn, and more) or I can give you a wolf sculpture if you live in San Diego. Just tell me when you donate what you would like!
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About Callie's fund:
I love wolves. They are beautiful, smart, love their pack-family, take care of their young for a very long time like humans, and they mate for life. Plus they are the closest relative we have to our beloved family dog, who if you happen to have a dog, you almost definitely know he or she is one of the most loyal and beloved members of your family. I can see ways that my dog Niblett is a little bit like a wolf. Anyway, wolves are also a very important part of keeping nature in balance too. But sometimes wolves bother people by eating their chickens. The farmers get mad and see them as very clever pests and may try to kill them. But there are better ways to make them behave besides killing them.
I think that people don't understand why they are important in nature. Also people are usually afraid of them and want to get rid of them. There are lots of stories and movies that make wolves look bad. For example, Little Red Riding Hood and The Three Little Pigs.
I created this fundraiser to raise enough money for a donation to bring the Wolf Education Project (WEP) to my school, Hearst Elementary. Once we collect enough money, WEP will bring a couple of real friendly wolves to our school and teach my classmates and teachers about how wolves are not evil like the storybooks show them to be. And we will all learn why nature needs wolves back in nature, in the numbers they used to be in. We will get to see them up close and personal just like some of the other San Diego schools have.