Fender "Leading with the American Spirit of the Wilderness: A Howling Good Future for Divide!"
Fender is a 1-and-a-half year old American Red wolf that was transferred to CWWC from Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium through the Saving Animals From Extinction Program.
"I enjoy initiating puppy play poses with my caretakers as soon as I wake up, cuddling up to my companion Shawnee, and educating the world about the rarest wolf in the world!"
Fun Fact about Fender: I currently hold the title of “raven catcher” at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center. I’ll never let a pesky bird close to my food or toys! One of my favorite games I play is “how much of Shawnee’s food can I steal before she chases me away?”
Fender is sponsored by the
Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center
The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center aims to educate about the misconceptions regarding wolves, coyotes, and other wildlife species in an effort to foster more peaceful coexistence. Having the American Red wolf as the mayor of Divide would be historic as they're the rarest wolf in the world, and the only species exclusively native to the United States. Fender is one of 2 Red wolves in Colorado, representing his wild counterparts of which less than 15 remain in the wild.
4729 Twin Rocks Road, Divide Co 80814
More about Fender: Fender is an American Red wolf 1.5 year old male, American Red wolf at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center, the rarest wolf in the world exclusively native to the United States, lives in Divide at Wolf Center
If elected as the new Mayor of Divide he promises to "create a more 'pawsitive' community where everyone can howl together in harmony. I'll work towards protecting our local wildlife, ensuring clean and green spaces for all residents, and fostering a sense of unity among our diverse pack. I will strive to ensure the call of the wild is heard and embraced by all in Divide!"