Don’t shoot! Escaped Arctic wolf on loose in North Carolina

In Anderson Creek, North Carolina, an escaped Arctic wolf that escaped from a wildlife sanctuary more than two months ago has been spotted in Harnett County. The 12-year-old wolf is wild, but is not dangerous.

According to the Meredith Wolf Education and Conservation Den in Onslow County, the wolf named Buster is not domesticated and has been raised by the sanctuary since he was a puppy. Lisa Meredith, who runs the sanctuary is asking anyone who spots Buster “NOT” to shoot or track him. She requests anyone who sees him to note his location and contact her.

According to CbsNews, there were actually two missing wild arctic wolves. One of the wolves, however named Denali, was hit and killed by a car last weekend.

If anyone spots Buster, please contact Lisa Meredith at 910.478.8315.

(Photo screenshot via CbsNews)

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