I talk to many wild animals. It is always a thrill when I hear from a species that is happy with us and one in which we have finally made peace with. My prayer is that we will continue to do so with all species. We only have one world. There is enough room for all of us!
Wolves are the largest member of the dog family and many scientists believe that the red wolf is actually a cross between a grey wolf and a coyote. Their normal life span is 6-8 years. Their normal travel speed is about 5 mph but they can sprint much faster, if needed. They can roam up to 12 miles per day.
When speaking to Wolf, I first spoke to a representative of his species in heaven. I then spoke with a live wolf here on earth.
Rejoice, I say rejoice! We are so happy to speak with you and your readers today, Lacey. We rejoice here because Man has finally seen what we are capable of and who we are. I am speaking of the reintroduction of Wolf to Yellowstone National Park. We have been so happy to have been honored and returned to one of our homelands. It is well and good that Man can see that we can indeed coexist. We are happy to be back in Yellowstone. We are happy to see so many of you evolved people who honor us and our contribution to wildlife in general.
I would also like to speak with those who have Wolf as their Guide or their Totem. Know that we consider it a great honor to be amongst you. It is our pleasure to cohabitate with you. You have much to learn from us but we also have much to learn from you. It is a very symbiotic relationship and one in which we feel honored and treasured.
I honored Wolf for having come with their message today.
At this time, I normally am given another being to speak with, one who is alive on earth at present. Wolf himself called the live animal in. This is a young mother with cubs.
Hello, Lacey. I am happy to represent the living wolves with you. We have decided, in the reading, to concentrate in the Yellowstone area since our species representative spoke about our reintroduction here. I am one of those wolves that is a product of that repopulation. I have gained much from my space here. I have enjoyed great freedom to roam and to hunt. My pack is one of eight other wolves. We are close. Our alpha female is a good leader and one who has taught me much. I am young. This is my first litter. I have a good life. There is a beauty to this area where we live. We understand that it is honored and hallowed ground for all Americans. We are grateful for the refuge.
I, personally, have hardly seen Man here. We stay in the forest's edge most of the time unless we are tracking. We rarely make ourselves known although I have seen those who were hiking and unaware of our presence. We are always aware of yours.
Thank you for allowing us this space. I know that I am very privileged to live here. My cubs are ensured a good future and it is due in large part to your efforts as mankind to protect us here.
At this, I honored Wolf for having come forward today. I appreciated her and she appreciated me. When we were done, she bounded from my office!
This is an ongoing series on my blog. I speak with domesticated animals on a very regular basis. Each time I speak with a wild animal, I am humbled, truly humbled, by their dignity and grace. We are so blessed to share this planet with them. Please help me to help them to spread their messages. Please share this post!