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Our Views: Tenino’s Wolf Haven Erases Past Problems

Posted: Tuesday, October 1, 2013 10:47 am

In January of 2005, the veterinarian at Wolf Haven near Tenino ordered the euthanization of Akela, a 15-year-old gray wolf.

Wolf Haven Director Susan Sergojan refused to allow the euthanization. An employee with the nonprofit wolf sanctuary filed an animal-cruelty complaint against Sergojan, claiming the delay caused undue suffering for Akela.

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  • WolfHaven posted at 4:39 pm on Tue, Oct 1, 2013.

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    Wolf Haven is one of two ASA accredited WOLF sanctuaries in the U.S. There are many other accredited animal sanctuaries in the country, including The Gorilla Foundation, Heaven Can Wait Equine Sanctuary and The Wildcat Sanctuary. We are very proud to be included among their ranks.

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