Montana woman mistakenly kills Husky thinking it is a wolf. She also posted the photos online. (the photos are in the article, it's sad)

  1. She said she had a license. She wouldn’t need a license if she is claiming self defense. She said she was like 16 miles in the middle of a Forrest and saw it. She said it was coming at her and trying to attack her. She was hunting another animal but had a wolf tag, or that’s what she said. Odd story for sure

  2. Is there an article? I’ve seen tons about her shooting this poor dog and her social media response, but I can’t find her charges

  3. 3. She is also now lying about it and claiming it charged at her and she shot in self-defence, even though she was clearly bragging about shooting and skinning a "wolf pup" on FB.

  4. Ugh what a moron. She prob thought she was so skilled and it prob like ran up to her or something. Pretty easy “hunting” DOMESTICATED animals.

  5. Truly, a moron. Like hard to wrap my brain around the stupidity. How do you not know what a dog looks like?

  6. How can you be a hunter when you don't know your damn animals. Heck I don't even live in a country where there are wild wolves and have never seen one in real life but I can tell a husky from a wolf.

  7. Any montanan knows if you kill a wolf, you shut up about it. By posing and posting, I would argue she's just an attention seeking sociopath.

  8. I don't think she is right outside of yellow stone, according to the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks website the 2022 wolf season is 9/15-3/15. I thought I read something when this first broke that the tag she had for it was actually bought after the fact. Not sure if that's true or not but I know a lot about this story has been removed by the original hunters. But, recently I saw a post by her husband which really revealed they type of people they are. So I wouldn't put it past them to hunt without tags or out of season.

  9. I don’t like hunting for sport anyways, but is there a particular reason you don’t boast about killing a wolf? I’m not very well versed in hunting etiquette.

  10. "So this morning I set out for a solo predator hunt for a fall black bear however I got the opportunity to take another predator wolf pup 2022 was a great feeling to text my man and say I just smoked a wolf pup #firstworld #onelesspredatorMT,"

  11. Yeah it's bizarre to attribute human morality to obligate carnivores, like predators are "bad." They are necessary within an ecosystem, hello? Or maybe this is something about them attacking farm animals

  12. She knew it was a husky actually, she just didn’t care. When she posted it on fb and everybody was in the comments telling her it was a husky she was just defending herself over and over.

  13. First off how was she that stupid, wolves are much bigger than huskies, look very different and why would you kill a pup. Second you have to have a tag to shoot wolves and she didn’t have a tag so this would be illegal. And third, if you don’t know what something is 100% YOU DONT SHOOT. She’s a psychopath and is proud of it

  14. I think in some circumstances one should be proud. Like if somebody kills a bear in self defense with only a knife, wow good for you

  15. Sometimes hundreds of hours, thousands of dollars, and an immense amount of skill and patience goes into harvesting an animal. Hunters have every right to be proud of their kills.

  16. Nobody who has ever seen an actual wolf would mistake a husky for a wolf. They’re not even proportional to each other when the wolves are young!

  17. Probably a puppy mill that lost profits. The only reason I can think of with so many young dogs with parvo; if the other dogs dumped are around the same age as the one pictured. They're breeding grounds for disease.

  18. Not a popular opinion, I know, but I think there is something wrong with people who kill wolves, bears, deer or any animal for sport. I just don't understand how you can hold the corpse of a beautiful animal that you just killed with such an expression of joy on your face. O

  19. It’s always so bizarre to me to see people smiling and holding a bloody animal’s body. Killing animals for fun is already something I have a hard time understanding but the photos just take it to the next level for me

  20. oh those photos are so sad… poor dog was already dropped off in the wild and then to be found by someone but then killed… hurts my heart.. poor baby

  21. Truly big-brain action there. She should probably spend some of her ammo money on getting glasses and maybe a wildlife identification guide.

  22. Am Ranger and Huskies are stupid as pups. No way this was growling at her . She just set out to kill something- anything to justify her bloodlust and shallow personality

  23. Why would you kill a wolf, or any animal really just for fun? I'm sorry if there's another reason for this, but it just seems sadistic :(

  24. You can hunt for meat or to hunt down aggressive species and have some fun while doing it but as a "pure sport", it's just plain stupid.

  25. She, and her boyfriend are so dumb. They couldn't get their stories straight on the local page where a member posted originally. They kept changing it, saying it was a young wolf and that they were going to get a lawyer to contact everyone for defamation. It was interesting to see this go down in real time.

  26. I got the opportunity to take another predator wolf pup 2022 was a great feeling to text my man and say I just smoked a wolf pup #firstworld #onelesspredatorMT," - wow, please step off the world.

  27. “So this morning I set out for a solo predator hunt for a fall black bear however I got the opportunity to take another predator wolf pup 2022 was a great feeling to text my man and say I just smoked a wolf pup #firstworld #onelesspredatorMT," she wrote above five photos of her posing with the bloodied pooch.

  28. It really makes me sick because that dog looks nothing like a wolf. Yes husky’s can look somewhat “wolfy” but if you’re a real hunter, you would know this isn’t a wolf.

  29. “This animal was growling howling and coming at me like it was going to eat me," she wrote.

  30. I hate when people post pictures of the animals they skinned. I’m from a small Kansan town & almost everyone here hunts. It disgusted me when they post bloodied pictures of dead animals on Facebook.

  31. I don’t understand, shouldn’t our moral be consistent? Why is there this much public outrage because it’s a dog and not a wolf? What makes a dogs life more valuable or a wolfs life less? We shouldn’t kill for sport regardless of if she thought she killed a dog or a wolf or a deer.

  32. i mean if you've been following the wolf stuff in Montana there is quite a bit of outrage regardless of whether it is a dog or a wolf. the whole thing has been relentlessly politicized, it's a whole thing. like i get the vibe you're going for but i doubt there's much mismatch going on here. i grew up with southern rather than midwestern rednecks but a lot still love shooting dogs, cats, or anything else. the people outraged by this probably don't want the palette swapped hillbillies wiping out wolves either.

  33. Also, what value do we place on fleeting taste pleasure? Is it okay to kill animals for food if we don't need to?

  34. If your a hunter and have tags for said animal…you should know the difference between breeds period. Which gives me the thought because I’m not a hunter but shouldn’t there be a class on teaching what breeds are what before you get a tag for a wolf?? Just curious if there is a class like that..

  35. There is an elk population in Central Pennsylvania (interesting history if you care to look into it). People shoot them occasionally thinking they are whitetail deer... Deer licenses are a dime a dozen and I believe they only give out a few hundred elk licenses per tens of thousands of applicants. The resemblance both in size and features are about the same as between a husky and wolf. People are not smart, and they tend to throw alcohol at the precious few brain cells. Myself included... but I've never shot a dog or an elk.

  36. I will NEVER understand these disgusting people who gleefully take a smiley picture with a dead animal they is NOT the flex they think it is. Im glad that I DONT understand their sociopathic thought process!

  37. Wolf season doesn’t even start until after Thanksgiving 🤦🏻‍♀️ How could anyone mistake the poor dog for a wolf? 🫣

  38. I don’t believe for a second it was self-defence. I read in another article, that they couldn’t catch this dog because it ran. It was probably fearful, and it would likely only have attacked if it was cornered. That is pretty hard to do in a forest!

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