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Wolves and kids meet during WHAR Wolf Rescue presentation in San Miguel

Charlotte Surber, 6, pets a wolf mix during a presentation by Kristi Krutsinger, CEO of WHAR Wolf Rescue, at a library program at the San Miguel Community Center in 2015. A staff member was attacked by a wolf-dog hybrid at the facility on June 22, 2018, according to the San Luis Obispo County Health Agency.
Charlotte Surber, 6, pets a wolf mix during a presentation by Kristi Krutsinger, CEO of WHAR Wolf Rescue, at a library program at the San Miguel Community Center in 2015. A staff member was attacked by a wolf-dog hybrid at the facility on June 22, 2018, according to the San Luis Obispo County Health Agency. dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

Kristi Krutsinger, CEO of WHAR Wolf Rescue, gave a presentation at a library program Thursday in the San Miguel Community Center.

WHAR Wolf Rescue began in 1999 as a rescue for wolf mixes in San Luis Obispo County, and has grown to helping animals in seven Western states. The organization also has an educational program that helps people learn about the predator’s role in the ecosystem.

For more information, visit http://whar.org or the WHAR Wolf Rescue Facebook page.

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