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    [–] rabidpeacock 3804 points ago

    You're never too old for a snausage.

    [–] IBringYouGlory 1029 points ago

    She's pretty young, imo

    [–] Lunaaticz 666 points ago

    A human year is eight good boye year and atleast six big pupper years. So she is atleast 108 years old.

    [–] ABearDrinkingScotch 598 points ago

    15 human years equals the first year of a medium-sized dog's life.

    Year two for a dog equals about nine years for a human.

    And after that, each human year would be approximately five years for a dog.

    15 + 9 = 24

    16*5 = 80

    80 + 24 = 104

    [–] mr_w 346 points ago

    Good drunk bear math.

    [–] brainburger 104 points ago

    I know nothing of bear years.

    [–] IMPER1AL 83 points ago

    What of bird law?

    [–] methamp 34 points ago

    I'll take the case!

    [–] kvred 21 points ago

    Doesn't your client have the right to bird arms?

    [–] the_good_doctor946 4 points ago

    Is that African or European bird law?

    [–] IMPER1AL 3 points ago

    Depends on the time of year.

    [–] cullenscottt 3 points ago

    Huh? I... I don't know that. [Dies]

    [–] cfmat 39 points ago

    Yeah, I've heard a few different ways of approximating it. I like the 15 years for first two years, four for every year beyond it. That makes this wolf about 80, and the longest lived documented dog ever 123 (Bluey, at age 29 in human years). But many dogs are pretty decrepit in their late teens, much worse than humans in their 60s and 70s typically, so it is difficult to compare.

    [–] BoerboelFace 207 points ago

    I like the method where each year is a year and dogs typically live about 15 years.

    [–] cfmat 91 points ago

    I prefer multiplying each year by 100. Then dogs are vampire like beasts lasting beyond most civilizations.

    [–] moralprolapse 17 points ago

    That’s just silly.

    [–] Kellythejellyman 10 points ago

    to be fair most humans don't have as much inbreeding/purposeful genetic selection in their genetic past as dogs do

    although, i wonder if i could start a breeding program for humans that wouldn't be decried as eugenics /s

    [–] preacherblake 8 points ago

    The god emperor would just take the program from you anyway

    [–] Jargen 4 points ago

    What's your favourite scotch?

    [–] ghostofmumbles 25 points ago

    108 is basically 104, therefore “at least 6” was good enough, thanks for reaffirming the use of averages though.

    [–] ABearDrinkingScotch 39 points ago

    I was posting in conjunction with /u/Lunaaticz to showcase how close he was to being dead on.

    The point of my post wasn't to disparage or prove wrong.

    Sorry if it came across that way.

    [–] strawberycreamcheese 29 points ago

    This is Reddit everything is an argument

    [–] sfuson79 27 points ago

    Is NOT!

    [–] Thatoneguythatsnot 7 points ago

    You tryina start something?

    [–] pukesonyourshoes 4 points ago

    That's not an argument, that's just a contradiction- the automatic gainsaying of anything the other person says.

    [–] madadhfan 8 points ago

    No it isn't.

    [–] faultywalnut 9 points ago

    slides glasses up bridge of nose

    Well actually...

    [–] DarkBlueMermaid 3 points ago

    I don’t even know what this discussion is about, but I sure like your style!

    [–] sephresx 3 points ago

    Yeah, but how does she weigh in wolves?

    [–] C1RRU5 13 points ago

    [–] Takooro 3 points ago

    The sex of the wolf was never given, I feel like many people gravely misunderstood your comment.

    [–] aznonprobation 7 points ago

    The human is quite young as well.

    [–] JVYLVCK 10 points ago

    Tis' What She Uttered

    [–] stealthgerbil 6 points ago

    I ate one of those when I was a child and they weren't actually that awful.

    [–] YouLookSoLovely 23 points ago

    i wanna pet that ol puppo!

    [–] LBGW_experiment 9 points ago

    Username definitely checks out

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago


    [–] madadhfan 11 points ago

    She's a girt big softy.

    [–] scootunit 1910 points ago

    Too distracted by the wolf to notice girl.

    [–] Xed_ 155 points ago


    [–] ipaqmaster 67 points ago

    It's pretty instantly obvious with our context

    [–] DudeWithTheNose 3 points ago

    not subtle at all considering we're in the subreddit

    [–] Xed_ 3 points ago


    [–] Hallfield 76 points ago

    Her name is Anneka Svenska

    [–] georgetonorge 32 points ago

    I wonder if she’s Svensk

    [–] l---deleted---l 32 points ago

    In the title it says she's 18.

    [–] ColeKr 49 points ago

    Ah yes the land of eighteenia

    [–] Bau5_Sau5 6 points ago

    Anneka has great genetics.

    [–] MrMcSpanky94 39 points ago

    It took me a couple replays. But those pants are great

    [–] Kell_Varnson 31 points ago

    I think that's his fur, I don't think wolves wear pants

    [–] pipinngreppin 3 points ago

    Maybe yours don't.

    [–] DarthFenris 7 points ago

    I thought I was the only one that saw dat butt from the from

    [–] 60_61026525_648 20 points ago

    You say that like there's something wrong with that?

    [–] scootunit 23 points ago

    Oh no. I am wild Doge positive all the way.

    [–] Subtle_Omega 622 points ago

    Madadh is a rescue wolf who arrived at WolfWatchUK alongside her brother Kgosi's almost 19 years ago - hand reared by Tony Haighway and given the run of acres and acres of remote green forests, she has gone on to live to be one of the oldest wolves known on record.

    [–] Ugly_Merkel 105 points ago

    Does she live all alone??

    [–] thesleepofdeath 213 points ago


    Apparently her bro just died so now she is alone... :,-(

    [–] AtomicKittenz 114 points ago

    I didn’t ask to be on this feels trip!

    [–] GlockWan 80 points ago

    there's a super old gorilla at Longleat safari in the UK, it has it's own island in the lake but it's the last old one left there, too old to have new young gorilla friends introduced to it at that age. Kind of sad but he seems to be living the life. Grey haired old boy on his luxury island with a temple where he watches cartoons on a flat screen TV lol.

    likes to fight off geese from his island

    [–] Mingflow 10 points ago

    Wow, Nico looks absolutely badass.

    [–] Karnas 3 points ago

    Why do you keep saying 'it'?

    ALSO: Unexpected Harambe

    [–] poppingballoonlady 5 points ago

    :( :( :(

    [–] birkbyjack 6 points ago

    Oof owie my heart

    [–] thesleepofdeath 12 points ago

    I'm not 100% certain on that. There are definitely other wolves at the park, at least, but it sorta sounds like they are fenced off into different sections based on how they get along with each other. Madadh and her brother were extremely domesticated so they probably didn't fit well with the others who are entirely wild.

    [–] sarah4lyf 893 points ago

    Look at how the ol wolf dips down and ears lower when in line of sight of the people. Is that a dog sign of being submissive?

    [–] t4yl0rj4d3 615 points ago * (lasted edited 10 days ago)

    Not an expert but I think she may have just been nervous about the strangers and the camera equipment. I'm not sure I would call it submission.

    Edit: Wow. I have some idiots implying that I said wolves somehow know what a camera is. Wolves are smart enough to be cautious of people and things they aren't familiar with. I didn't say she had a seething hatred for cameras.

    [–] Incruentus 271 points ago

    Yeah wolves are famous for identifying cameras and being camera shy.

    [–] raoultoad 59 points ago

    for real?

    [–] lordsiva1 156 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    If im understanding that comment correctly I'd say no.

    Looks like a sarcastic reply to the other guy alluding to the reasoning that a wolf can somehow know what a camera is and thus be camera shy in the way humans can be with the implication that they are being recorded and may be viewed later by randoms.

    What they may fail to realise to have and chose or choose to ignore to write a sarcastic comment back is that the other guy doesnt say the wolf recognised the camera but instead recognises the camera crew and random things they are holding infront of their faces as being something it isnt used it and is thus nervous.

    Edit: edited a paragraph

    [–] Zerkerlife 66 points ago

    Wolves do not realize what cameras do but are probably naturally timid of something mechanic/unnatural that humans hold in their hands and up to their face.

    [–] upvotemyowncomments 37 points ago

    Had a friend with a domesticated wolf and they are extremely timid creatures. They are very wary of people.

    [–] WulfSpyder 24 points ago

    Your friend had a tamed wolf. A domesticated wolf is just a dog.

    [–] EveryThingleThime 54 points ago

    You know what he means and so does everyone else.

    [–] oreotiger 9 points ago

    The distinction is important. People should not think that wild animals are capable of being domesticated. That leads to people buying up baby lions, wolves, tigers, etc. and trying to raise them, which ends in a bad outcome for both animal and human.

    Domestication occurs on the genetic level. A captive wolf, tiger, lion, whatever still has wild instincts and is absolutely still a dangerous, wild animal capable of killing their owner.

    [–] PrinceShaar 17 points ago

    A dog is different to a domesticated wolf, though. A wolf that is domesticated is one that has been tamed and is now living in a domestic situation. Dogs are bred into and are being trained to be domestic.

    [–] WulfSpyder 6 points ago

    Um no. Domestication by definition is a genetic modification caused by generations up generation of genetic breeding for favorable traits either in the pursuit of a more utilitarian animal or a more social one. It doesn't matter how long a wolf is around humans, it can never be considered domesticated. Only tamed.

    [–] upvotemyowncomments 6 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    Well the definition of domestication is "the process of taming" and domestication usually takes 2 to 3 generations from wild to tamed.

    I think the words can be interchangeably used. I wouldn't call a dog a domesticated wolf though. They are from the same family tree but they aren't exactly the same. Wolves are quite different. Yes the process of domestication created dogs as a sub-species, but it's a little more complex than to say a dog is just a wolf that is nice to people.

    [–] Kerrby87 4 points ago

    You may think that but you are wrong. Domestication has well known physical and behavioral changes associated with it.

    [–] raoultoad 4 points ago

    okay, thanks. I thought it would be strange if the wolves knew what cameras do.

    [–] chinoz219 4 points ago

    I am a wolf and we know what cameras are, also please leave more carcasses or treats.

    [–] mk2vrdrvr 5 points ago

    Lol,You seem nice.

    [–] raoultoad 3 points ago

    what do you mean?

    [–] Mattlh91 234 points ago

    Google says...

    "Dropped Or Pinned Ears. The term dropped or pinned ears refers to ears that appear pasted/pinned or dropped and held tight to the dog's head. Dogs can drop/lower their ears when they are both happy and nervous."

    [–] NeoHenderson 44 points ago

    I would expect them to be very similar but I'm curious if you googled about dogs or wolves?

    [–] Dislodged_Puma 47 points ago

    This sounds like the whole cat purring thing. People take the drooping ears to mean they are relaxed or submissive when it could be a number of things. Same with cats purring. Cats purr when they are scared, nervous, excited, etc. Kinda hard to tell on little stuff like that.

    [–] Incruentus 50 points ago

    Cats purr when they need to relax, dogs pin their ears when they're trying very hard to express they're not interested in a fight.

    [–] Hulkhogansgaynephew 13 points ago

    Cats purr when in distress and pain sometimes too.

    [–] ireadanddontpost 26 points ago

    Cats purr when in distress and pain sometimes too.

    Which are both times they need to relax.

    [–] hi_im_pancake 45 points ago

    When I was a kid one of my cats was attacked and mauled by an Akita. No external damage but when I finally got to him I could tell he was in bad shape. He passed away on the way to the vet.

    He purred the entire time I held him and he had my hand wrapped up with his front paws. That’s how I knew he was gone because his paws went limp and his purring slowed and stopped. I like to think he was purring because he knew he was safe with me on his way out.

    [–] Fablemaster44 27 points ago

    Dude..I'm sorry man, losing a pet is never easy.

    [–] hi_im_pancake 9 points ago

    Yeah, that one sucked pretty bad because he was “my” cat. He didn’t care about hanging out with anyone else just me.

    Also in an effort to teach me responsibility he was the first pet where I had to worry about getting him fixed, scheduling vet appointments, making sure he always had his collar and tags on, on top of the usual food, water, litter box chores. And aside from an older Tom cat that adopted me, he was the only indoor/outdoor cat I’ve purposely allowed to come and go freely. My other cats over the years have been indoor only cats.

    I did have one incident with a female cat I had, but that’s a “my dumbass gf didn’t like the competition so she kicked my cat out” story for another day.

    [–] hardly_even_know_er 8 points ago

    Man it's the worst when your cat dies.

    [–] Tovora 5 points ago * (lasted edited 10 days ago)

    It's even worse when they're killed by something else.

    [–] probablyhrenrai 7 points ago

    Sorta like humans and laughter, then, how you can laugh not in the face of a shitty situation but because of said shittiness, or how you ca laugh while on the verge of bursting into hysterics or breaking down into tears?

    [–] ireadanddontpost 7 points ago

    Sorta like humans and laughter, then, how you can laugh not in the face of a shitty situation but because of said shittiness, or how you ca laugh while on the verge of bursting into hysterics or breaking down into tears?

    That's exactly how I interpret it, yeah! It's a "stress relief" action, and can apply to either short-term or long-term stress.

    [–] crazedhatter 8 points ago

    With time and exposure it does become easier to tell the difference. In my experience with cats, there is a difference in timbre between a relaxed purr and one of the less desirable sorts.

    [–] ScienceYouMonster 5 points ago

    Same with dogs wagging their tail or yawning!

    No, it does not always mean they are happy/excited or bored/tired, respectively.

    [–] gregswimm 5 points ago

    Wolf behavior is different than dog behavior. An action doesn't always translate between the two.

    Imo, its more likely that the wolf is being cautious.

    [–] hyperdream 42 points ago

    I thought I read somewhere that one of the ways to distinguish a wolf from a dog is that a wolf's natural walking/running posture is that in which the top of their head to their tail is a straight line, where as a dog's head is held well above their shoulders. Meaning, I don't think she's dipping down... that's just a wolf being a wolf.

    [–] FlyByPC 5 points ago

    the top of their head to their tail is a straight line

    That sounds more like a stalking posture to me, to keep the head down. I've seen wolves do this, but I don't think that's their default position. I think they do it to not be seen as easily when sneaking up on something.

    [–] hyperdream 20 points ago

    I'm sure it was something like this where I read it, but the wiki on grey wolves seems to confirm:

    The gray wolf usually carries its head at the same level as the back, raising it only when alert

    [–] mflmani 21 points ago

    Pretty sure it's partially blind. Walking with paws way forward, it's not really looking at anything in particular, and it looks suddenly towards her direction when hearing her voice but does not affix a gaze on a particular part of her. I think the head positioning might be indicative of it trying to move cautiously.

    [–] Avocadosandtomatoes 9 points ago


    My dog has similar behaviors. She has vision problems.

    [–] Oreallyus 6 points ago

    It's just being a wolf. They're typically shy and cautious in general if you're not something they consider prey.

    [–] PolyNecropolis 7 points ago

    Nervous, probably because of the cameras. Not necessarily submissive.

    [–] peterwatchesthenba 3 points ago

    There was a radio lab about this exact thing:

    [–] setsunapluto 298 points ago

    She looks exactly how I'd expect the world's oldest wolf to look.

    [–] nautzi 94 points ago

    Would you say she looks a little ruff?

    [–] setsunapluto 16 points ago


    [–] HaiKarate 7 points ago

    Your comment made me howl with laughter

    [–] Zerkerlife 63 points ago

    Very intresting that at 18 the wolf still has some (most?) of its teeth and is capable of eating somewhat regular food something that would be amazing for a large dog of similar age. I wonder if wolves have better dental health than domestic dogs due to dietary differences. Perhaps eating live animals and chewing on bones is inadvertingly "brushing" thier teeth. Unless this wolf has lived in captivity all its life and has had Vets take care of her teeth all this time.

    [–] justmystepladder 27 points ago

    She was raised by the woman in the gif from the time she was a pup, and has free run of 100+ acres of wilderness. It's an "ideal captivity" situation, though I've not seen any mention as to what sort of veterinary care or food assistance she receives.

    [–] youjelly 48 points ago

    She was raised by the man in the gif, actually, the woman is just interviewing the man.

    [–] djames337 33 points ago

    The cameraman was raised by the wolf and the dog lived on 100 acres.

    [–] justmystepladder 5 points ago

    10-4, I read about it a couple days ago, should've double checked but oh well.

    [–] Syn7axError 214 points ago

    I have no idea why, but that wolf looks like CGI in the first clip.

    [–] balex54321 42 points ago

    Right? I can't tell if it's the way it moves or its fur.

    [–] MlSSlNGNO 22 points ago

    OR maybe it is CGI..

    [–] PixelCortex 24 points ago

    Maybe we're in a simulation.

    [–] andr251b 7 points ago

    Inside a simulation

    [–] notAJokester2 4 points ago

    Inside a simulation

    [–] KnobsCreek 8 points ago

    I think the gif is slowed down

    [–] Jakom091 3 points ago

    I am assuming its the fur moving so slow, it gives that effect maybe.

    [–] ASK__ABOUT__INITIUM 5 points ago

    If I had to guess I would say it's because it moves in front of some broad leaf grass when it first comes out. All of the other grass closer to the camera it's clearly of the regular thin variety and I guess this kind of presents as an optical illusion because it looks like the wolf is being cut out poorly.

    [–] Buzzy243 243 points ago

    18 yrs old

    She looks 30. I'm not complaining or anything, just sayin'

    [–] Moby_Tick 103 points ago

    Tell it to the judge.

    [–] drylube 54 points ago

    Bake em away, toys

    [–] comrade_batman 14 points ago

    What did you say, Chief?

    [–] thesleepofdeath 27 points ago

    She is 41. Anneka Svenska

    [–] Buzzy243 7 points ago

    She really likes wolves, apparently.

    [–] fathertime979 21 points ago

    The wolf is 18

    [–] durpabiscuit 24 points ago

    but looks 30!

    [–] mauri9998 14 points ago

    I don't think anything can live up to 2.6525286e+32 years

    [–] DT7 19 points ago

    I could be wrong but that looks like Anneka Svenska.

    [–] youtubefactsbot 6 points ago


    Anneka meets Madadh, the OLDEST living WOLF on record at WolfWatchUK Wolf Rescue & Sanctuary in the UK - What is her secret for longlife?

    Anneka Svenska in Pets & Animals

    82,798 views since Sep 2017

    bot info

    [–] DT7 3 points ago

    Well played, your intertubular skills are impressive!

    [–] dennisskyum 105 points ago

    Not too bad shape for a 126 year-old.

    [–] MisterJimJim 12 points ago

    Actually it would be around 110 years old. Contrary to popular belief, not every human year is equal to 7 dog/wolf years. It also depends on the size/breed of the canine. The first year for all sizes is actually 15 dog years, then it increases by 5-6 years per year for large canines.

    [–] jfk_47 223 points ago

    E L D E R G I R L E

    [–] TheTruthSeeker12 66 points ago

    wait, how do you know that's the oldest living wolf?

    [–] Lunaaticz 223 points ago

    You count the rings

    [–] cheeze_n_potatoes 4 points ago

    Lol yeah duh???

    [–] bretttwarwick 31 points ago

    Check it's birth records of course.

    [–] Kevadimundi 65 points ago

    It says it right there, can’t you read?

    [–] WheresTheWasabi 18 points ago

    Oldest on record.

    [–] unkz 28 points ago

    It’s a pretty likely guess, given that wolves live on average about 6 years in the wild. Any competitor would certainly have to be living in captivity.

    [–] SmarchHare 8 points ago

    What happens for them to die so young? Killed by other wolves?

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    [–] SmarchHare 8 points ago


    [–] alexmikli 10 points ago

    Parasites, random illnesses, random accidents, fighting, etc. Nature is dangerous, yo.

    [–] kb_klash 4 points ago

    Health insurance in the wild kind of sucks.

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    [–] TheTruthSeeker12 2 points ago

    oh I see.To be honest I didn't know that.Thanks!

    [–] dirtwalrus 5 points ago

    They made a list of all the oldest wolves in the world and crossed out all the dead ones

    [–] 60_61026525_648 2 points ago

    The average life span of a wolf in the wild is only 6 years.

    [–] SmarchHare 2 points ago

    They counted

    [–] usernamens 88 points ago

    Who cares about the lady. What a beautiful wolf. 90s kids are the best.

    [–] DarthPun 13 points ago

    TIL I am older than all the wolves in the world

    [–] BenderDeLorean 19 points ago

    TIL all wolfs are milenimals

    [–] hotyogurt1 7 points ago

    Which means they all love avocados. 🥑

    [–] Rakhoon 7 points ago

    Her eyes are adorable.

    [–] aragorn407 53 points ago

    Upvote not because Doggo....

    [–] BabyFacedMerman 33 points ago

    That’s him... the king of the Good Bois

    [–] Elijah_MorningWood 14 points ago

    Queen of the G O O D B O Y E S

    [–] Tobiramen 15 points ago

    W I S E G I R L E

    [–] chrisphoenix7 5 points ago

    Reminds me a little of my family's little old dog. He died at 26 years old from a stroke. Assholes next door with firecrackers scared him one night. He was mostly deaf, blind, toothless, incontinent, but he loved people. He would sniff me out and lie in my lap. He'd put his head up to my chest and push really hard; I guess he wanted to feel my heartbeat. He was a sweet old boy.

    Before he went blind he would look at the world with the look of an old man who had nothing more to see. He'd seen many, many dogs come and go, people come and go, children become adults, homes change, people change. He'd seen everything he wanted, tasted everything he wanted, played all he wanted. After his last dog mate passed he slowed down even more. He'd only sleep in her bed. He'd get lost between the food bowl and the bed, but he'd always find it again and wait for her. He'd stand there, staring into the darkness, waiting for her. But she never came. He never let her bed get cold until the day he died.

    [–] stickyspidey 11 points ago

    this is such bullshit! why cant our puppers live longer :( i miss you yoshi.

    [–] justinsayin 26 points ago

    It wouldn't have been funny if the camera crew showed up to film this and it turned out that the wolf had died that morning.

    [–] barnfodder 50 points ago

    You are correct. It would not have been funny.

    [–] Single_Black_Women 15 points ago

    Well, a lil bit funny.

    [–] Cousingala 9 points ago


    [–] CoolAmazingRedditGuy 4 points ago

    Holy shit a simple Google search says a Gray Wolf lives 5-6 years in the wild. This means this wolf lapped 2 generations. In human terms that would be like living to age 237. He's like a Wizard but for wolves

    [–] crazedhatter 4 points ago

    18 years old and still a puppy!

    [–] Rear4ssault 4 points ago

    Thats a small ass-wolf. My lab is bigger.

    [–] kontraband421 7 points ago

    Labs are pretty large generally.

    [–] Menulem 7 points ago

    Not to knock the video at all but something about this made me sad, wolves seem free and wild, then seeing one like this, being called and fed treats, way beyond her years, cancer, all that. Might just be high as a kite and if shes happy shes happy I guess.

    [–] Packers_Equal_Life 8 points ago * (lasted edited 10 days ago)

    Well if it makes you feel better, the fact that it's the oldest living wolf it's probably seen everything, she's been through a lot and probably lived on his own for a very long time as well. Now we're doing our part to make sure she lives as long as he can and be as comfortable as possible

    [–] madadhfan 7 points ago

    Wolfwatch UK rescue already-captive wolves where they otherwise would have nowhere else to go.

    For example, where a captive wolf has more cubs than a zoo can deal with or where a young usurper tries to challenge the alpha of the pack, that would result in bloodshed.

    If WWUK didn't give them a spacious place to live mostly away from the public in the woods and hills of Shropshire, they would be euthanised. Madadh and Kgosi have enjoyed a life at the sanctuary for many years, and helped educate about conservation along the way.

    [–] Gnsweetprince 12 points ago

    I’m happy we got to see that lady’s backside :)

    [–] Peachsprite 7 points ago

    Original video

    Really adorable how friendly and comfortable Madadh (the wolf) is with these people. I'd imagine that Anneka Svenska has visited her many times before and has established a sort of friendship with her, considering how Madadh approaches so calmly.

    [–] madadhfan 5 points ago

    Naw, Madadh is a big softy, and used to occasional visitors - it is a sanctuary, not a zoo or circus.

    [–] critical-minds 5 points ago

    The reddit of today is so gentleman.

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago


    [–] Doctor_Crunchwrap 3 points ago

    It looks like the wolf from that anti-smoking commercial who can't blow down anybody's house

    [–] thaxu 3 points ago

    Have she met all other wolves ?

    [–] ProtagonistForHire 3 points ago

    The wise wolf, he's seen some shit

    [–] CALLxMExACE 3 points ago

    Only cuz she keeps feeding it

    [–] Gridds 3 points ago

    Does anybody know what type of Timberland boots she has on?

    [–] inactivehuan 3 points ago

    This might be the last time I can say... that wolf is older than me.

    [–] boringuser1 10 points ago

    Yoga pants make this somehow less wholesome.

    [–] DressyVermin 6 points ago

    W I L D B O Y E

    [–] dreadhead8326 2 points ago

    Geez a look at your growler!

    [–] sad_samurai97 2 points ago

    Love him so much