[large thumbnail url="saffire-gives-wolves-a-good-name" filename="news" year="2011" month="05" day="23"] [thumbnail icon url="saffire-gives-wolves-a-good-name" filename="news" year="2011" month="05" day="23"] CHESTER — Five-year-old Angeline Moore heard the stories of Little Red Riding Hood and The Three Little Pigs before her Saturday visit to the Chester Library — where she came face to face with a live wolf.
Only this gray timber wolf wasn’t big and bad — OK, she was big. However, she was more subdued and quiet.
She was Saffire, a 7-year-old wolf handled by her owner, Vinnie Reo, who operates Wolf Visions, a Sussex County nonprofit group that supports protecting and keeping wolves in the wild.
“In the beginning it was (scary), but in the end I wasn’t afraid anymore,” said Moore, who sat with her mother, Maria, in the row directly in front of Saffire…
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