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Originally posted by Yarcofin
It's my understanding that wolves don't attack animals unless they are weak or sick, so as long as you don't go limping and coughing around them you should be fine. I could see a wolf attacking an elderly person, but that's about it.
The only thing I hate about wolves is the parts that doesn't actually have to do with wolves.... the people who claim that they are 'half wolf' or werewolves, or vampire werewolves, and all that crazy stuff.
I don't like how people label animals "good" or "evil". Animals cannot be innately evil! And ironically, it is only the ones that pose a threat to us that are considered evil. (Wolves, sharks, large snakes...)
[edit on 5-12-2005 by Yarcofin]
Fact: You stand a better chance of getting hit by a meteorite than killed by a wolf.
So what exactly does an animal have to do to be seen as "evil"? There must be more to it than to just "pose a threat"?
Originally posted by JackofBlades
Wolves, like any animal, aren't evil. They all follow nature and do what they evolved to do. As for wolves becoming more docile naturally, that wouldn't happen unless there were more instant benefits to it.
Wolves can become more docile but that is due to domestication (human interference). As history and present day shows, any animal can become docile.