There was a wolf caught in a wire fence, and a man with wire cutters set him free. Clear skies and sun hung up above the scene, and the roads were clear.
No one else was around, and the wolf had probably been stuck for quite some time. There were no other animals nearby, and the strangers happened to be passing through.
Animals that feel threatened are often the most dangerous. After spotting the wolf in need, they stopped and cautiously approached the trapped creature. The wolf was hanging by his foot.
It appeared that the wolf was not aggressive or angry at the people around him. One man in a red cap and a black hoodie went toward the fence with wire cutters in his hand.
The man’s friend recorded the moment. Everyone held their breath as the man attempted to help the wolf. No one was sure what the trapped animal would do.
Even if the wolf was helpless, he was still a wild animal, and it was brave of the men to help. The man kept cutting and unraveling the wire from the wolf’s foot.
When the wolf looked at his paw with concern, the people reassured him that they were there to help. Once the wolf was free, he swiftly ran into the forest and out of sight.