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(KTLA Los Angeles)   Grey wolf OR-93 lopes through Ventura county. Never change McQuade   ( divider line
    More: Followup, Kern County, California, Los Angeles County, California, reports of a gray wolf, Southern California, San Bernardino County, California, Gray Wolf, Tiger, gray wolf  
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2021-10-02 6:04:29 PM  
Officials also believe they may know which wolf it is - OR-93, a gray wolf from Oregon - though they do not yet have evidence to confirm it.

"Why'd you move from Oregon?

"Too many Californians"
2021-10-02 8:16:33 PM  
Heading for Mexico. Lost his green card.
2021-10-02 8:39:55 PM  
Don't let anyone from Wisconsin, Minnesota, or the Dakotas know.  They'll be on their way to hunt it down.
2021-10-02 8:41:22 PM  
Aww what a cute puppy.
2021-10-02 9:22:43 PM  

stuffy: Aww what a cute puppy.

Really.  I see that exact look on so many dogs while I'm out walking.  Just lounging and looking all doggy.  It's almost like that pup is waiting for someone to toss the ball.
2021-10-02 9:56:33 PM  
That boy is getting some mileage without being shot.
2021-10-02 11:30:44 PM  
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2021-10-03 10:49:22 AM  
In SoCal? - probably a chiweenie spotted by a Beverly Hills wannabe living in Chatsworth
2021-10-03 11:53:21 AM  
Do they know the difference between the Grey Wolf and the Mexican Grey Wolf?

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2021-10-03 1:25:03 PM  
Sigh....I'm so sick of this. To a journalist, every Wolf looks like an OR-93.
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