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Shy Wolf Sanctuary has new 20-acre site

Former sanctuary volunteer Susan Cabot Rather died and left $120,000 to the sanctuary. Sanctuary board of directors used the money in April to purchase 20-acres of land on Dove Tree Street in the Golden Gate Estates to be the future site of the sanctuary. Sanctuary currently occupies two and a half acres off of White Blvd. Lexey Swall/Staff

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Former sanctuary volunteer Susan Cabot Rather died and left $120,000 to the sanctuary. Sanctuary board of directors used the money in April to purchase 20-acres of land on Dove Tree Street in the Golden Gate Estates to be the future site of the sanctuary. Sanctuary currently occupies two and a half acres off of White Blvd. Lexey Swall/Staff

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  • Promise, a wolfdog at the Shy Wolf Sanctuary, is considered an ambassador for the sanctuary. Former sanctuary volunteer Susan Cabot Rather died and left $120,000 to the sanctuary. Sanctuary board of directors used the money in April to purchase 20-acres of land on Dove Tree Street in the Golden Gate Estates to be the future site of the sanctuary. Sanctuary currently occupies two and a half acres off of White Boulevard. The sanctuary needs to raise money to clear the land and build a new facility on it. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Nancy Smith, founder of the Shy Wolf Sanctuary, gives a kiss to Chocowa, a gray wolf who lives at the sanctuary, a two and a half acre piece of land off of White Boulevard. Former sanctuary volunteer Susan Cabot Rather died and left $120,000 to the sanctuary. Sanctuary board of directors used the money in April to purchase 20-acres of land on Dove Tree Street in the Golden Gate Estates to be the future site of the sanctuary.
  • Tiyowan, a 17-year-old wolf, rubs herself against the fence of her enclosure while volunteer Patsy Rice prepares to clean Tiyowan's face at the Shy Wolf Sanctuary. The sanctuary, which sits on two and a half acres of land on a road off of White Boulevard, is home to 54 animals - 36 of which are wolves or wolf dogs. Former sanctuary volunteer Susan Cabot Rather died and left $120,000 to the sanctuary. Sanctuary board of directors used the money in April to purchase 20-acres of land on Dove Tree Street in the Golden Gate Estates to be the future site of the sanctuary. Sanctuary currently occupies two and a half acres off of White Blvd. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Former sanctuary volunteer Susan Cabot Rather died and left $120,000 to the sanctuary. Sanctuary board of directors used the money in April to purchase 20-acres of land on Dove Tree Street in the Golden Gate Estates to be the future site of the sanctuary. Sanctuary currently occupies two and a half acres off of White Blvd. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Diana Proyebor, 5, right, checks out Yuki, a wolf dog who lives at the Shy Wolf Sanctuary, during an educational walk with a group from the a YMCA of the Palms summer camp. The sanctuary Former sanctuary volunteer Susan Cabot Rather died and left $120,000 to the sanctuary. Sanctuary board of directors used the money in April to purchase 20-acres of land on Dove Tree Street in the Golden Gate Estates to be the future site of the sanctuary. Sanctuary currently occupies two and a half acres off of White Boulevard. Lexey Swall/Staff

Former sanctuary volunteer Susan Cabot Rather died and left $120,000 to the Shy Wolf Sanctuary. Sanctuary board of directors used the money in April to purchase 20-acres of land on Dove Tree Street in the Golden Gate Estates to be the future site of the sanctuary.

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