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Maine sanctuary fights to save wolf hybrid under new law

BRUNSWICK, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — A new law regulating wolf hybrids is causing some confusion over what to do with one of the controversial animals.The Wolf Ledge Refuge in Bristol took in a wolf hybrid named Mia last Monday after it was captured by police in Waldoboro. A new law had just taken affect that put the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife in charge of dealing with wolf hybrids, rather than the animal welfare division of the department of agriculture. That means Wolf Ledge Refuge needs a new license, and Mia needs to find a home. Otherwise, under the law, she must be euthanized. Wolf Ledge owner Jim Doughty says the new law is making it difficult to know what to do with these animals…

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