Things that make Jenny angry...
During a stop on the German highway in the beautiful Harz area I noticed a magazine with a beautiful wolf on the cover. Nice! I thought. Then my mind noticed the name of this mag (Jäger; "hunter") and reading on, was soon baffled by the words that illustrated the content of this issue. For the people who don't understand German, here is a translation (although not perfect, you get the idea; any native German speakers please offer a better one if you want to):
"Return of the big predator"
"Insane isegrim" (Isegrim is the wolf charcter from the stories about Reynard The Fox, hero of several medieval European cycles of versified animal tales that satirize contemporary human society. Though Reynard is sly, amoral, cowardly, and self-seeking, he is still a sympathetic hero, whose cunning is a necessity for survival. He symbolizes the triumph of craft over brute strength, usually personified by Isengrim, the greedy and dull-witted wolf.)
"ten "wolf acts" that are not"
"Wolves followed: Bloody trail through Scandinavia"
"shortcomings unmasked: how bad the divided opinions are"
....well, you get the idea.
If you are uneducated about wolves, or very interested, but you would like to know more, please visit www.wolvesandhumans.org
(If you feel like venting your anger about the magazine's misinformation I'm sure you know where to find their fb page ;-)
With love and respect to our highly intelligent, social, four-legged brothers and sisters (and tears in my eyes about their continued misrepresentation in media by greedy murderous bastards that know NOTHING about them)
Hugs to all awakened mutant monkeys ;-)