Wildlife Society Bulletin
" According to Patrick Impiccini, the Nina Mason Pulliam
Foundation will provide funds to construct an enclosure for the female wolf, but SWCC
founder Linda Searles noted that SWCC needs donations to help it care for the animal. Like other wildlife at the sanctuary, the wolf will help educate children and other visitors to SWCC about the role different mammals play in our ecosystem and the importance of preserving endangered species. In addition to saving this wolf from being destroyed, last summer, they rescued a leopard named Leonardo who was being kept at a 'deplorable roadside zoo . where he was living in a small, filthy cage with little shelter and no privacy.