Northern Colorado's W.O.L.F. Sanctuary will be breaking ground on a new location in Livermore by the end of August according to the Coloradoan. The Sanctuary is home to 30 wolves and wolf-dogs. The animals and staff have until late next year to relocation to the 160-acre parcel of land located off of County Road 74E.

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The W.O.L.F. Sanctuary is a non-profit organization and is needing to raise another $700,000 to meet their $2 million goal for the move. There will be quite a few fundraisers held to help achieve that goal. If you would like to see more about those fundraisers, you can visit their site HERE.


Source: Coloradoan 

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