I have been asked about flowers etc for Sharon's funeral..
We will of course be having some on top of the coffin, and if you feel like you would very much like to do something in memory of Sharon please donate to either Cancer research UK or Wolf Watch UK or both.
You guys know the history of sharon and cancer, but let's talk about the wolf side (no she is not part wolf) but she did love them, so much so that I adopted one for her through wolf watch UK, this Wolf called Pepe sadly passed away in 2017 but before that we went out to see him.
A nice day out in 2009 to visit wolf watch
Pepe was a male Timber wolf bourn in west Midlands safari park back in 2004, where he was ousted in a scuffle for dominance.
Pepe lived out the rest of his days at wolf watch where he was able to roam the vast 100 acre with a beautiful valley on the shropshire/welsh border.
In Sharon's memory I have adopted 2 new wolves Bosch and Sansa, and plan on continuing to do so going forward.
He has been well socialised and extremely well cared for.
Bosch is settling in nicely in his new home and has a delightful nature. He appears to be quite comfortable around women but is cautious of men he has not met before.
Sansa is as the name suggests is a female, born April 2016, she is a Norwegian wolf, hence why I was drawn to her.
She is inquisitive, and likes to know what is going on, and is typically the first to investigate food, or chase of birds trying to steal the meal.
Sansa is a wild wolf, and not social at all, although she is getting used to people passing by the enclosure.
Funny thing about the Norwegian bit, take a look here
Wolf Watch was established in 1993 by the founder Tony Haighway, and has been a safe haven for displaced wolves ever since. It is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the rescue, welfare and conservation of displaced wolves from captive situations across Europe.