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Colorado’s W.O.L.F. Sanctuary forced to evacuate due to massive wildfire now needs your help

Our friends in northern Colorado are living under the threat of a massive 43,433 acre wildfire which sits at only 5 percent containment. While representing just a third the size of the 2002 Hayman Fire which forced the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center in to a similar situation, the High Park Fire has forced W.O.L.F. to evacuate themselves and their animals and they now need help.

The wildfire is, essentially completely out of control and firefighters are battling desperately, but the flames have already claimed one life, and more than 100 homes as it burns in Northern Colorado, near Fort Collins.

For more information on the wildfire itself, go to the 9NEWS coverage.

W.O.L.F. is a sanctuary which is home to about two dozen wolves/wolf-dogs and has been around since 1995 – and now they need help.

W.O.L.F. needs funds to help with food, water, and other essentials while they ride out the firestorm which is raging.

To donate to their wildfire fund, go to and use their various online donation methods such as Paypal.

Not only wolves need help, if you can spare a little something for the Red Cross as well, there are many humans and pets displaced by this fire.

Mile High Red Cross

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