This is one remarkable video. Watch as a nearly dead yet incredibly beautiful wolf is found in a creek. The wolf appears shaken and is paralyzed and frail and seemingly pretty scared. What happens next in the rescue is pretty incredible. It will touch your heart just how much this crew works to save this creature.

After the rescue, you can see the wolf slowly gaining back strength and coherence. Wolves are truly beautiful and majestic creatures — watch the beauty of a pack here. They also can make some pretty cute noises! Though wolves aren’t good as companion animals in most cases, we are so happy that people take the time to save them as they would any other sort of furry animal. It’s risky to take on a wild animal rescue, but it’s so worth it (please don’t do it if you’re not a professional, though) to help a creature like the one shown in this video.

NOTE: Do not try to help wildlife of any sort unless you are trained. Find a local wildlife rehabber/rescuer or veterinarian ASAP, or call a rescue hotline. Here are some that might help! 

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