Labor Day Animal Uprising: Wolves have escaped the Cleveland Zoo, facility on lockdown
Welcome to Labor Day, baby. Reports coming out of Cleveland today of an animal uprising at Cleveland Metro Parks Zoo, with wolves escaping their cages, risking it all for freedom.
There seems to be some confusion, but here was the initial tweet regarding the outbreak.
Wolves Escape Cleveland Zoo
The tweet above was deleted because Tino couldn’t confirm that it actually happened. However, the replies to Tino’s tweets would say otherwise. It appears that the wolves have escaped according to other people on Twitter stating they have family members in the park.
I’m going to go with true.
According to Google, Catori, Sarita, Una, Aprecia, Nancita and Mitzi, are the wolves at the Cleveland Zoo and they all sisters. They came to Cleveland from the Wild Canid Survival and Research Center in Missouri in 2009. Girl power, baby. These sisters are now free. Thank god.
The zoo is now currently in lock down mode and guests are being shuttled into buildings as the wolves roam free. The zoo staff is currently trying to locate and capture the wolves.
Honestly, I’m rooting for the wolves.
The second I saw this I immediately said “fuck yeah” because I’ll tell you right now, I HATE ZOOS.
There’s no reason why wolves, hippos, or fuck, even lions and penguins should be brought into zoos. I don’t like it. You can’t tell me that’s good for the animals so don’t even bother arguing.
These poor wolves want to be out in the mountains hunting and eating other animals like they were designed to do. They never wanted to be caged in so disgusting humans can walk around and take pictures of them as they slowly rot away into nothing inside a Zoo.
Do yourself a favor and Google “Wolves escape from Zoo”
I’m not sure what’s happening in Cleveland, Ohio but these zoo animals have a history of not wanting to be there and looking to escape by any means necessary.
Shout out to the wolves for saying “enough is enough”.
Ideally, they won’t harm any humans as they punch their tickets for hard fought freedom but if they do, I’m sorry, that’s really the humans fault in the first place.
It’s Labor Day. The wolves are sick of the zoo people. I’m sick of the zoo people too.
The animal uprising has begun.
We all remember what they did to Harambe so let’s all pray that no one does anything bad to these wolves today. Nature is finally fighting back and I stand in solidarity with the wolves uprising in Cleveland.