A couple weeks ago, I was walking my dog in a park when a wolf ran at me.
It was a big one.
The wolf was wearing a large black hooded top and black pants, and was holding a large white knife in one hand and a large knife in the other.
I had my gun trained on it.
“Get back in the truck,” the wolf barked at me as I tried to take my dog out of the park.
I knew that the wolf was a predator, but I also knew that it could also be a human.
In the end, I decided to shoot the wolf.
But I also took care to make sure that I did not miss.
The wolf took off after me, heading straight for the woods.
“He’s not even hunting anymore,” I said.
The next thing I knew, the wolf had returned, this time in a different direction, running at a slower pace.
The wolves behavior changed, and I took out my gun and shot him.
When I got home, I started playing with my dog, just to be sure.
But then I noticed that she was looking at me strangely.
I went over to her, and she started talking to me.
She looked at me, and then looked back at the wolf again.
“Did you shoot him?” she asked.
“No,” I replied.
“So where are you going?”
“I’m going to the woods to hunt a deer,” she said.
“You don’t have to come with me.”
After I had left the park, I called my wife to tell her about the incident.
I said that I had heard about a couple people who had been shot by wolves.
She told me that there had been reports of wolves killing deer in the area, and that she would be on the phone to my daughter, who was just five at the time, and my other two daughters, who were also in the park at the same time.
I also told her that I was not sure that this was actually a wolf.
I was thinking that maybe a deer had been eaten, and the wolf would come and kill me.
She said that there were reports that wolves were eating deer in remote areas, and if there was any proof of that, she would take it to the wolf control center in Idaho.
I called back to tell my wife about this incident, and about a week later, she called me again to tell me that the wolves were killing a deer in a forest.
It turned out that this deer was actually an adult male wolf.
She told me to take her dog to the control center, but she said that she could not take the dog back.
A few days later, I went to the center to see what was going on.
When I walked in, I saw a man sitting in a chair, dressed in a grey hooded sweatshirt.
I asked him where the deer was, and he said that it had been killed by a wolf, but that he would let me take the deer.
I thanked him and left.
While walking the deer back to the forest, I noticed two wolves standing by a tree, watching the deer for a bit.
I walked up to the wolves and asked them to come out, but they kept watching me.
Then I called the wolf, who had returned.
He approached me, walked up beside me, sat down, and started to bark at me and tell me what was happening.
After a while, the wolves started walking off, and it was a lot quieter than it had seemed before.
I followed the wolves, but was afraid to approach.
I called for help, and as soon as the wolves came back, they started attacking the deer that had been attacking them.
They were so aggressive that they were tearing the carcass of the deer apart.
At one point, a dog was walking down the trail and saw the deer and started barking.
The dog immediately jumped down and chased after the wolves.
He ended up chasing the wolves until they left.
It took about three minutes to get back to my house.
I then called the Idaho Wildlife Division to report what I saw.
They sent a team to my home and took my dogs to a nearby wildlife rehabilitation center.
I spent the night in the rehabilitation center, and all day, they were checking my dog for signs of wounds.
The staff at the center were very friendly, and they told me everything that I needed to know.
On Monday, I drove back to Boise to get my dog back, and at the vet clinic, I had the same questions asked of me.
They found the deer, and told me about the wolf attack.
I didn’t know anything about wolves, and there were no signs of wolf bites.
I told them that I felt that this incident was not really a wolf attack, and had not even heard about it.
But the veterinarian was very happy to hear that