A story of love and dedication
Paula Ficara and Steve Wastell have worked with wolves and wolfdogs in the rescue industry for almost 7 years. They’ve helped rescue and rehabilitate over 50 wolves and wolfdogs, developed educational events and programs, and been active advocates for captive bred wolves and wolfdogs, as well as wolves in the wild.
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Exposure, education and Rescue
Today they run Apex Protection Project, 501c3 non-profit dedicated to continuing the quest of protecting wolves and wolfdogs through educational experiences, rescue, and advocacy with the dream that future generations living in a world where the wolf and all species are highly valued, protected and respected for the balance they bring to the ecosystem, and for the gifts they offer to humanity. More information on the program click here.
You are invited
The benefit at Pitfire Pizza North Hollywood tomorrow from 5pm-9pm is in an effort to raise funds for the Apex Medical Fund and to help fund their trip to the Sedona Film Festival to speak on the panel with filmmaker Julia Huffman at her screening of revolutionary documentary Medicine of the Wolf where we’ll be bringing all four wolf ambassadors.
Apex Protection Project is looking for property in the Malibu area to open their permanent sanctuary.
If you can’t make the benefit and still want to help support:
Until one has loved an animal a part of one’s soul remains unawakened. ~Anatole France