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Indigo and Amaris came to live in the W.O.L.F. Sanctuary after they had lived a life secluded inside of a rather small enclosure. Unfortunately, the sisters were kept in this situation because their owners, who had acquired the sisters from a breeder in Canada, were afraid that the wolves would be discovered; and thus, the two wild souls were kept locked up in a very uncomfortable situation. They were not well socialized at all and had no real training on how to properly interact with humans and other animals. It wasn't until the owners were no longer able to keep up the charade that Indigo and her sister were given to a dog rescue in Washington state.
Over and over again the girls attempted to escape from the shelter through digging. Even when they did escape, Indigo and Amaris stayed close and came back to the enclosure often for feeding. It wasn't long before W.O.L.F received a call requesting aid from their partners in Washington, who wanted to ensure that the sisters would not be harmed or end up breeding with the wild wolves in the area, which would taint the genetics of the recovering wolves. Thankfully, the call was answered and the two wolf dogs were brought safely to Colorado to live in their new, and better, home. It took a while for Indigo and her sister to become comfortable in their new surroundings, but finally, they settled down and began to enjoy the freedom and space that the Sanctuary offered them. Now the pair can relax and roam as they like within their enclosure, while also being safe and free from harm. It is wonderful what sanctuaries like this can do for dogs that really need them.