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Title: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: Merticus on May 25, 2010, 02:22:04 pm
http://www.kens5.com/news/Teen-wolves-in-San-Antonio-94015234.html

Teen Wolves Descend Upon San Antonio High Schools
By Joe Conger / KENS 5
Posted on May 17, 2010 at 9:38 PM
Updated Wednesday, May 19 at 6:20 AM


[VIDEO - See Also YouTube Video Below]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q77sJT8O56E

School's out at John Marshal High School, and exiting the facility are your typical cliques: cheerleaders, nerds, jocks and Goths… and werewolves?

"We're not to be feared,” said Argus, his ghost-white, eyes staring at the camera.
Argus is one of several members of the wolf pack, one of several packs scattered about San Antonio's north side.
 
His friend Katze Lupus Burn added, "We're not a gang at all. Gangs are like posers. They just want attention, that's why they go along tagging stuff. The pack? We're a family. We go to each other for our problems."
 
The fascination with werewolves dates back to the 19-30's, with popular movies starring Lon Chaney, Jr. More recently, movies like Van Helsing and the Twilight series have captured the attention of teenagers. They may not be mutating from man to wolf, but Northside school district counselors warn these teens are experiencing transformations of their own: from childhood to adulthood.
 
Northside School District counselor Dr. Deborah Healy said, “Young people are looking to define their identities, sometimes to come together and affiliate around a theme or an idea, just really to belong, that sense of belonging."
 
And a sense of belonging is just what this group says they're after.
 
"You get friends. You get a place where you belong. You're pretty much accepted to where you are, who you are, what you are," said Deikitsen Wolfram Lupus, the unofficial leader of the pack at Brandeis High. He says he's got some wolf in him, howling sometimes to get out.
 
"We just like hang out here, we're just like another family. This is our second home, basically," added Kit, dressed in pink with a touch of leather and chains.
 
And you couldn't help but notice the eyes. And the fangs. It's a style, we're told. And nothing more.
 
Friend Guerrero continued, "We're not trying to be intimidating, we're not trying to be menacing. We're just trying to live our daily lives and hang out. You know? We're teenagers and we just want to have fun."
 
And they gather attention, too. One of the wolf pack, whom many consider the "alpha dog," received some international acclaim when a neighbor's dog went missing, only to have its skull found in the possession of 18-year old, Wolfie Blackheart. It created a firestorm on the internet, and was San Antonio's first glimpse into the world of these transformed teens.
 
Northside officials confirm wolf packs do exist in at least half a dozen schools, with anywhere from 12 to 20 werewolves in each. Dress codes are strictly enforced, NISD officials say. The wolf pack isn't allowed the tails, chains, or anything else that negatively affects the learning environment.
 
Brandeis head counselor Bill Hill said, “They walk down the hallways and meld into the fabric of the school and don't seem to be troublesome in the school environment."
 
Northside counselors say it's extreme expression. Dei says it's something deeper than violating the school's dress-code.
 
"I don't believe anyone is just human. Everyone's got something else mixed in with them. They just have to look inside themselves and find out what it is."
 
Dei's got his own leash he wears. His mom has a leash on him to: Pam Manley keeps Dei tethered to family, his chores and his studies.
 
"As soon as he walks in the door, he is supposed to take out the fangs, lose the lenses and put his hair back," Manley said. "They're good kids. And it takes some courage to stand up and be who you want to be and be able to express yourself in this way."


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http://techland.com/2010/05/24/warning-teen-werewolves-spotted-in-san-antonio/?artId=28154%3FcontType%3Dblog_techland%3Fchn%3Dus

Warning: Teen Werewolves Spotted In San Antonio
By Allie Townsend on May 24, 2010


[VIDEO - Same As Above Article]

This reeks of Stephanie Meyer.

Apparently, Texas teens are calling themselves werewolves now. (Fantastic.) The kids, wearing canine-ish contacts, fangs, clip-on tails and more emo-pride than lives in Edward Cullen's hair, belong to "wolf packs." They howl, bark and just hang out like normal kids do, man. But they're werewolves.

One mother says she's proud of her son. (Yes, that is a boy.) And well, hey, great for her. My biggest question: Where are the vampires and when do I get to see a rumble?


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http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/Self-described_wolf_woman_severed_lost_dogs_head.html?showFullArticle=y

Self-Described Wolf Woman Severed Lost Dog's Head
By Brian Chasnoff - Express-News
Web Posted: 01/27/2010 1:02 CST


(http://www.veritasvosliberabit.com/vvc/gallery/2_25_05_10_1_30_50.jpg)
Sarah Rodriguez, also known as Wolfie Blackheart, with Winrey, a wolf/dog hybrid.

Wolfie Blackheart is not an ordinary 18-year-old.

She believes she is a wolf — technically, a werewolf — and so she wears a tail. She also wears a harness in case someone special wants to drag her around.

And last week, she used a pocketknife in her kitchen to decapitate a dog — already dead, according to Wolfie — that had been missing since Jan. 5.

“I severed the head, boiled the head,” Wolfie said. “People make the mistake of hacking the spine, which will fracture the skull.”

She added, “You also have to put (the head) outside for the brains to leak out.”

Before the teenager carted the cranium to the woods, someone held it up and snapped a photograph of it inside her Northwest Side house — a shot that ended up on the Internet.

Within days, the photo had spurred an aggressive animal cruelty investigation by Animal Care Services and the San Antonio Police Department.

It also inspired at least one so-called troll — a savvy, anonymous Internet user — to hack into Wolfie’s personal accounts, engage in amateur sleuthing and issue threats to those deemed responsible for the dog’s fate.

Bearing the brunt of these attacks, Wolfie — born Sarah Rodriguez — says she’s guilty of nothing more than an abiding love for taxidermy.

“I would never kill a canine,” she said. “I am a canine.”

Lisa Rodriguez, Wolfie’s mom, said she supports her daughter’s career goal.

“I say, ‘Don’t sever heads in front of me,' ” she said. “She usually does it in the woods.”

Wolfie cares lovingly for two huskies in the backyard.

Her room is a cluttered den plastered with posters of anime characters and howling wolves. On a high shelf, she collects heads, including the cleaned skulls of a coyote, ram and wild boar.

When a car ran over Pixie — her “best friend” — Wolfie cut off the chihuahua’s tiny head, cleaned it and placed it in a jar.

“I get requests on cats and stuff,” she said.

Wolfie also has collected more than a dozen swords, including a “two-handled war sword” made of carbon steel and a katana blade from Japan.

She said investigators knocked on her door Friday with a search warrant.

“When they saw her room, they had to call every single cop to her room,” said her mother, who lives in the home. “The spots on the wall, they thought it was blood. It’s catsup. The kids had a fight. They’re teenagers.”

She added, “Wolfie does have a bloody refrigerator, but they’re all dead animals.”

Crime scene investigators swabbed the walls. Authorities confiscated the dog’s head. No one could find the body.

‘The sweetest dog’

A friend dropped off a stray dog last year at the Northwest Side house of Kathy Silva, and the mother of four wasn’t enthralled.

“Don’t get too used to him,” she told her daughters.

But the black-flecked chow mix won the family members’ hearts. They named him Rigsby, after the road on which he was found.

“He started being real protective of the kids and our house,” Silva said. “He was the sweetest dog ever.”

Her 14-year-old daughter promised to care for the new pet. She even offered her own birthday money to pay for the dog’s shots.

But on Jan. 5, Rigsby went missing from the family’s backyard.

Two weeks later, on Jan. 20, a teenager — likely a troll — stopped Silva near her home. Clutching a crumpled piece of paper, he told her he was conducting a survey on dogs in the neighborhood.

“We used to have a dog,” Silva told him, “but he ran away.”

That same day, a neighbor showed Silva a Web site with the photo of a dog’s severed head. That site and others included inflammatory and convoluted theories about who had done it.

“My heart pretty much sank,” Silva said, “because when I saw that picture, I said, ‘That’s Rigsby.’”

She called police.

Investigators studied the Web site, noting a post from a user who wrote that the dog had been hit by a car and “it would be fun to desecrate the corpse,” according to an affidavit for a search warrant.

Authorities also noted the criminal history of Wolfie, whose name appeared on the site.

A dropout since ninth grade, Wolfie walked onto a campus in the Northside ISD a year or two ago with a “large curved blade” that “looks like it’s used to cut someone’s head off,” according to the affidavit.

She was arrested and charged with possession of the weapon.

“I can explain that,” Wolfie’s mother said. “That was a skinning knife.”

‘Road kill’

Wolfie has Tourette’s syndrome, which causes her to yip — a result of head trauma suffered in a car crash about a decade ago, her mother said.

And she’s into a lifestyle that involves bondage, which necessitates a dog collar.

“The collar means I belong to someone,” she said. “It’s not a fashion statement.”

She’s also a member of a “wolf pack.”

“I’m a wolf, and I have a group of other friends who are canines,” she said.

Wolfie said a friend called her last week and asked her to decapitate a dog that had been hit by a car.

“He was gone. His tongue was dried,” she said. “The cause of death, I’m almost 100 percent sure, was blunt trauma.”

Wolfie placed the animal on her kitchen counter and severed the windpipe, tendons and spine. She said a friend photographed the head while she was boiling the water that would melt off the skin.

“I wouldn’t have allowed” the photo, Wolfie said.

Her friends left with the body, Wolfie said, and she put the head in the woods.

Lisa Norwood, an ACS spokeswoman, said the investigation is ongoing. It’s not illegal to cut off the head of a dead dog, she added.

“You can prove that a number of ways forensically,” Norwood said.

At home, Wolfie and her mother are dealing with online smears, threatening phone calls and obscene text messages.

“The Internet’s gone crazy,” Lisa Rodriguez said. “We thought somebody was on our roof last night.”

But she said the wrath is misdirected.

“Wolfie would never harm an animal,” she said. “She likes road kill.”


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Videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TPJ1uqF05w

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJP4JxER-ws


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: wicthdragon on May 25, 2010, 03:00:57 pm
All i can say is  that this is interresting not sure what to think but can't say one way or other just some one else's way to express 'them selves I guess.


The dog thing not sure so i won't say oh no she did it,.

Just hope it's a big miss understanding.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: hexmoon3 on May 25, 2010, 03:57:25 pm
I'm just going to say to let them be who they want to be. I personally find it disrespectful to go around decapitating dead animals but as long as she's not decapitating alive ones it doesn't seem to be such a big deal. As for what they wear...well...I don't go around wearing fangs and contacts because I'm a vampire...but whatever they want to do who am I to judge? The therians I know however, are nothing like this and would laugh at these "wolf packs".


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: kezlastef on May 25, 2010, 05:49:28 pm
As a therian, and more over, as a wolf, This is horrifying. I mean, let the kids be whoever they want, but this is almost painful to watch. This is not how I, as a therian, act. Or how any other therian I know of acts. I feel these kids have seen something on the internet and are copying it. I can't say I don't like the outfit, but it makes me take them less seriously for sure.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: D, , on May 26, 2010, 09:36:25 am
Some vamps do do the contacts and many do the fangs.  im more disturbed with the clearly emo look, and the youth culture that i see copied looks of punk and goth.

they say they are were wolves or therians . some of these statements do not make any sense ,  otherkin claims . are a little different ,  but many people say thay are therians.  that would be the most generic of terms saying they are a animal, as man would say they are weres that could be more correct as were means man.  like some call them selves Lycan after that underworld series of movies.
 simply meaning wolf.
i would say a were wolf would be some one who shifts... i would say spiritual shifting kinda sounds bogus. if theres pysical shifting it would be something provable.

therian thropy like lycan thropy . meaning animal man and wolf man . to say therian is not quite right, it would make more sense for them to pick their animal type or totem and say that .

the worst part is these Showy packs, kinda make it look like they are a bunch of wannabes. this is as bad as the kids forming clans and houses with out the first concept of what it is.
I will admit that these other kin are very new to me. and i am not sure how that really matters in the scheme of things. but as we might say in the vampire world.  of p;d . some one older should make it a point to let them know what s up...

if they are indeed otherkin or wolves they seem a bit too open for it. a bit showy. they say they don't want attention they should not dress for attention. they say they do not want to be feared, the pack mentality or grouping  makes them suspiciously  a bit more than a family.
some parents let them have a bit too much freedom. and some of these kids seem to have a lot more money to waste on junk than we used to when i was that age.
but i would like to think it takes a little more than them just wearing some collar and a tale , (also kinda disturbing that they mention the bondage thing so early on.
lots of moral issues.
some would say the need to form packs or "families "  might mark them as having poor family life, With vampires , you may not get the instruction that they most often it seems no longer can get at home. they need houses and others to help mentor them.
(so few bloodline families left most seem to awaken with no knowledge that there were vampires in their family. skipping generations etc. )
those of us who are older should always be prepared to help offer advice  to the youth, while many do not want to be stuck mentoring anyone else .  ok its late time for bed
D, ,


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: Wolflope on May 27, 2010, 09:46:06 pm
As a therian, and more over, as a wolf, This is horrifying. I mean, let the kids be whoever they want, but this is almost painful to watch. This is not how I, as a therian, act. Or how any other therian I know of acts. I feel these kids have seen something on the internet and are copying it. I can't say I don't like the outfit, but it makes me take them less seriously for sure.

i agree any THERIAN who would willingly dismember anything that was once alive is cracked in the head.personalley, what tf HAPPENED to the name therian?nwith this video its like saying were all rabid animals running around, and be far from me to say it, but i was taught different than this....... simple minded I WANNA BE A HORROR HOUND FURRY crap >:( i was taught therians respect and REVERE nature, not destroy it and desecrate remains of a brother/sister. freaks. call it harsh and maybe i am but this? this just makes us scapegoats for horror speculative analysis and gives CHILDREN an excuse to be violent. no therian i have ever met believes such. Amen wolf brothers and sisters.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: WingedWolfPsion on June 27, 2010, 11:44:21 pm
I think they're adorable little things, going around with their little tails stuck to their butts.

The fad will probably blow over.

As for taxidermy, or cleaning bones for preservation, it doesn't bother me, and yes, I am therian.  I think that the girl made a bad choice in deciding to mess around with the corpse of another person's pet, rather than sticking to wild animals that were killed on the road.  But, bad choices are pretty much par for the course for teenagers.

The idea of 'desecrating' a corpse is one that doesn't compute with me--it's dead, soul is gone, now it's just raw materials.  You can eat it, fix it up and wear it, mount it on a shelf, whatever you want.  Doesn't matter at that point.  I might feel a little funny dealing with the corpse of a human or a wolf, but other animals, not really.

I haven't seen any evidence any of these teen wolf kiddos are violent.  The videos suggest quite the contrary.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: lilithsnight on July 12, 2010, 07:52:38 am

if they are indeed otherkin or wolves they seem a bit too open for it. a bit showy. they say they don't want attention they should not dress for attention.

Unfortunately lately some otherkin groups are exposing themselves including Vampires which sucks (no pun) for those who wanted it all to remain in the shadows...


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: WingedWolfPsion on July 15, 2010, 08:35:51 pm
Well, that's progress for you.  It's much easier to let the cat out of the bag than to keep it in.  It's not as though the OVC is hidden away in some password-protected, paranoid corner of the web where admittance is only via recommendation by a close personal friend.

If you're posting here, obviously you don't want to hide all that badly, lol.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: Hellflame on August 30, 2010, 02:23:53 pm
Ok I have been dying to post on this but I just got my accont so here it is.


The people in this so called "Pack" are no where near what we true Wolves are like. The girl Wolfie is fathest from it I'm afraid to say. The leader of the so called "Pack" has a good outlook on it but unfortunatly is lacking in a lot of areas.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: Decline on August 30, 2010, 03:39:51 pm
 ;D Goths with tails muahhahah. Its more easier to put lens on your eyes then start running or start training something...
I'm a fairy. Where is my fairy wings?  ;D
Free runners (parkour) look like other kind, because they are push the limits. This is the great quality of humanity, not a bunch of cheap cosmetic changes.
In distance of time I can only see the missed opportunities of my goth teenage period. Nerds become more successful when they become adults. This kids waste their time (time is the most precious thing) to pretend to be something that they can't be.
by the way harness on the wolf...... what a miss sense.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: WingedWolfPsion on November 18, 2010, 02:45:10 pm
LOL, there is no need to rate them on how 'good' they are at being therian.  Most likely a lot of them aren't really therian at all, and the few that are probably don't understand the difference between themselves and the ones who think it's all metaphorical.

If you are therian, you're therian, and that is all there is to it. 

These kids are having fun, their ideals aren't horrible, they look cute the way they're dressed up, and I see no reason not to be fond of them for it.  It's better than having the therian kids isolated, after all.  Now, the therian kids have other kids to hang out with--they may not be the same, but at least they aren't being ostracized.  Overall, I think it's beneficial for the therian kids to be in these groups--much more so than being alone.

I know I would've rather hung out with a bunch of other kids playing wolf than just be alone and try to hide the fact I am one.  Good for them, I hope they continue having fun.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: XXXDameaXxXD on May 25, 2011, 10:47:01 pm
I've seen this....also heard word that the boy from the first vid, the 'leader,' committed suicide, along with several others. This is saddening but indeed very interesting. I don't understand why wolfie, if she really does truly believe she is a werewolf, would harm--let alone kill--an animal of her kin.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: XXXDameaXxXD on May 27, 2011, 12:08:25 am
I've seen this....also heard word that the boy from the first vid, the 'leader,' committed suicide, along with several others. This is saddening but indeed very interesting. I don't understand why wolfie, if she really does truly believe she is a werewolf, would harm--let alone kill--an animal of her kin.

Ok. I was totally misinformed. Sorry. I know now she did not kill the dog, she was merely asked to behead it.
RIP Deikitten Wolfram Lupus.
You will be in my heart.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: Zerochan on May 27, 2011, 09:22:36 am
I talked to a couple people who knew him, and apparently the reason he committed suicide was the rise in bullying after the news reports. Damn shame. Seemed like a good guy.


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: Merticus on May 29, 2011, 08:36:38 am
http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/article/Teens-lives-were-troubled-684324.php

Teens' lives were troubled
Two local teens whose consecutive suicides triggered a cascade of fearful rumors had turbulent home lives that prompted investigations by Child Protective Services this year, officials said Friday.
By Brian Chasnoff
Published 10:33 p.m., Friday, October 1, 2010


Two local teens whose consecutive suicides triggered a cascade of fearful rumors had turbulent home lives that prompted investigations by Child Protective Services this year, officials said Friday.

At least one of the teens was bullied constantly at school before he killed himself, his mother said.

The teens, who both had attended Brandeis High School, were close friends who belonged to a group known as the Crimson Blood Wolf Pack and dressed like wolves.

Both hanged themselves within a week. The most recent death was Wednesday, when a 16-year-old boy's mother found him wearing a collar and hanging in his closet by a leash.

A 14-year-old girl was found hanging Sept. 22 behind the John Igo Branch Library.

The boy's mother said her family had been suffering through "a lot of extremely emotional things," including financial problems and an acrimonious divorce and custody battle.

A CPS investigation was sparked in February when officials got a call that utilities had been shut off at the family's home. That case was closed when the utilities were restored.

Officials say the 14-year-old girl who killed herself last week told a CPS investigator in August that she didn't feel safe at home.

The girl's relatives could not be reached Friday. Their deaths came amid a rash of publicized youth suicides nationwide.

An 18-year-old Rutgers University student jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge last week, and Tuesday, a 19-year-old sophomore at the University of Texas at Austin shot himself with an AK-47.

The local deaths sparked fears of a suicide pact among the self-styled wolves and even a planned shooting at Brandeis.

While the girl did attend Brandeis, the boy had been expelled for bringing a knife to campus and was attending Bexar County's Juvenile Justice Academy, Northside Independent School District spokesman Pascual Gonzalez said.

He said that Friday, about 120 students left Brandeis early, but officials found no evidence to support any of the rumors.

"We are not convinced that there is a list or a pact or anything like that," Gonzalez said.

The school's principal, Geri Berger, sent a text message Friday to all 2,800 students and their parents warning of the dangers of unfounded rumors and urging them to call (210) 397-SAFE with any legitimate information.

The mother of the 16-year-old boy Friday night organized a candlelight vigil at her home that was attended by about 75 friends, some members of the wolf pack.

The boy who died was known as Deikitsen Wolfram Lupus by his packmates.

"If there is a pact out there, I want it rescinded," said the mother, who asked that she only be identified as Pamela.

Packmates at the vigil described the boy as "sweet" and "kindhearted."

Steven Suwanasung, 17, who sports fangs and a tail, described the wolf pack as a support group.

"It's a big family, all of us," he said. "We care for each other."

The pack's "alpha" leader, Sarah Rodriguez, is known as Wolfie Blackheart. She said Friday that the boy who killed himself recently asked her if he could start his own wolf pack at Brandeis. She told him he could.

"He's one of my submissives, but he leads a group of others," Blackheart said.

Dr. Anne Esquivel, a local clinical psychologist, said the teens likely are drawn to the packs in search of acceptance.

"They need to feel included in something," Esquivel said. "These are going to be kids that are going to be socially isolated. Maybe they don't have a tight family unit."

But Esquivel warned that the trappings of the packs could backfire.

"Whenever you go to such lengths to be eccentric, you are going to be ostracized," she said. "You want acceptance, but you're setting yourself up to not be accepted."

The boy's mother said her son, who wore long hair, chains and a tail, was bullied at school.

"He stuck out because he chose to wear the tail, and they made a spectacle of him," she said. "Because he was different, he'd get teased."


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: SangSavvy on May 30, 2011, 06:34:39 am
It's not about them wanting to make a spectacle of themselves.  Its about them wanting to be themselves, with or without any "spectacle".  They support the notion to be free of fear to fit into any norm except what they feel is important to them.  That's what we all want - not having to worry about being pointed at, because no one sees any reason to point.

I am extremely saddened to hear about these suicides, especially regarding Lupus because of actually seeing him in the video, this some sort of attachment to him as a result.  That is absolutely horrible.  The family must have been devastated.  My heart goes out to all of them. 


Title: Re: Wolf (Therianthrope) Pack In San Antonio, TX - Various News Stories
Post by: shadow_girl_9786 on June 21, 2013, 02:54:25 pm
As a therian, and more over, as a wolf, This is horrifying. I mean, let the kids be whoever they want, but this is almost painful to watch. This is not how I, as a therian, act. Or how any other therian I know of acts. I feel these kids have seen something on the internet and are copying it. I can't say I don't like the outfit, but it makes me take them less seriously for sure.

i agree any THERIAN who would willingly dismember anything that was once alive is cracked in the head.personalley, what tf HAPPENED to the name therian?nwith this video its like saying were all rabid animals running around, and be far from me to say it, but i was taught different than this....... simple minded I WANNA BE A HORROR HOUND FURRY crap >:( i was taught therians respect and REVERE nature, not destroy it and desecrate remains of a brother/sister. freaks. call it harsh and maybe i am but this? this just makes us scapegoats for horror speculative analysis and gives CHILDREN an excuse to be violent. no therian i have ever met believes such. Amen wolf brothers and sisters.

i guess i can kill two birds with one stone here, first off my names Emily, i don't know if you guys are already apart of packs of your own or looking to join, but The Nightshade Alliance is always looking for lone wolves and packs to join, we operate as a family and work hard to make everything work correctly, we have instagram, tumblr, facebook, and most members have kiks, which is a messageing site most of us use to keep in contact, although if you don't have one its okay, we have other members running facebook and instagram and can keep you updated through there. please feel free to look us up, we also have a youtube account, if you find us, the Best person to talk to is myself or Alpha Rekkusu darkpaws, or Rek, for short, i look forward to hearing from you guys.
-Emily