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posted by demon_wolf
Muscles tightened. Claws raked over furred skin. Teeth bit into shoulders, legs, and throats. It was a battle. A battle for survival.

Survival of the fittest.
Young vs old.

Blood covered the ground under their pads. Each had their heads hung low to the ground. Eyes pinned to eachother. The older stood ready for his young opponent to make his attack. Instead the young one threw back his ears against his blood spattered head, and let out a ferocious snarl before bending its head down to lick at a wound on its fore front left leg. He took his eyes off his older opponent.

The old mbwa mwitu knew from many...
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posted by Fairstepshaven
These are some mbwa mwitu terms that will help make your uandishi sophsiticated, scitentific, and it helps make people think wewe know what you're doing :D

Alpha: lead, leader, head, regal
Body: frame, silhouette, figure, form, bodice, physique, facade, mass, bulk, torso, flank (side), platform (back)
Coat: hide, pelt, derma, canvas
Color: hue, tint, stain, pigment, dye, shade
Ears: lobes, auds, audreys, auditives, auditories, dublets, lappetts, thorns, flutes, receptors, tulips, antennae
Eyes: orbs, orbits, occuli, orics, oculars, oracles, optics, oids, pools, luminaries, spheres
Female: lupa, femme, femmoria,...
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posted by Night_Wolf
 now night is adult
now night is adult
This time NIght (misty's pup)is bigger.he is now beta wolf.he is fighter,hunter.he is white wolf.Night have him army. first he started training.him master Erick is now him pack alpha.night's enemy is gaurav(black wolf).
 1.when he was little
1.when he was little
posted by Okami_Amaterasu
 A Saarlooswolfhond
A Saarlooswolfhond
A wolf-dog hybrid (also called a mbwa mwitu hybrid au wolfdog) is a canid hybrid resulting from the mating of a mbwa mwitu (Canis lupus lupus) and a dog (Canis lupus familiaris). The term "wolfdog" is preferred kwa most wolfdog proponents and breeders since the domestic dog was recently taxonomically recategorized as a subspecies of wolf. Professional organizations such as the American Veterinary Medical Association and government agencies such as the United States Department of Agriculture refer to the wanyama as wolf-dog hybrids. Rescue organizations consider any animal with mbwa mwitu heritage within the last...
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posted by Dudespie
The wolf. When most people think of a wolf, they think of a big, bad, snarling creature. Mbwa mwitu loups aren't like that at all. They are just as afraid of wewe as wewe are to them. Mbwa mwitu loups are social animals, but humans have driven them away kwa ruining their habitat, and destroying their packs. Mbwa mwitu loups still roam the Earth, but are very rare in numbers. Many Mbwa mwitu loups live in Idaho au Canada, and even Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. The mbwa mwitu is a stereotype. Take Little Red Riding kofia for example. In this story, the mbwa mwitu is the evil one. No Mbwa mwitu loups would dress up as a grandma (duh!) And Mbwa mwitu loups certainly...
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posted by Sora2797
 I upendo this picture.
I love this picture.
Now, I think we all agree on this. I think hunting Mbwa mwitu loups should b illegal. Now mostly I'm uandishi this makala to hear I mean read your opinion on the matter. I've been trying to start a petition to band hunting wolves. Now, what I'm wondering, if I met you, would wewe sign it?

I'm sickened kwa people hunting wolves. My dad keeps saying they should be exterminated. Every time he say that he ends up on his back with my foot on his head. I really hate my dad doesn't support my upendo for wolves.

Sorry, got in to my personal live for a sekunde there. But But, anyways what do wewe think on the matter? Why do wewe think this please tell me.
posted by AerinDeer28
Here's something I want to share with you:

The eyesight of Mbwa mwitu loups is not fully understood, thought it is probably similar to that of domesticated dogs. Compared with humans, Mbwa mwitu loups have three to four times the density of light-sensing rods in their retinas, which gives them keener night vision. Yet because they lack a fovea (the tiny pit on the retina) they cannot match a human's ability to focus on objects at a long distance.

The eerie, harmonic chorus howl so engrained in our collective unconscious is used both defensively and to rally the pack. Chorus howling also brings the Mbwa mwitu loups enjoyment, thought pack politics dictate that low-ranking Mbwa mwitu loups not to jiunge in uninvited.

AerinDeer
posted by YugiohFanatic1
My name is Hana and i'm a 15 mwaka old black wolf. Then that evening,i see a pack of wild wolves. I lift my head and I wach them run by. As soon as they go kwa i get up and i start running towards them. I run as fast as I can to catch up with them. I yell at them to wait for me. The leader looks at me and he slows down. When i finally reach them he asks me wut my name is. He says his name is Weed. I tell him my name and I am accepted into the pack. We run and run and run for days. On the way there,we face many challenges. From members of the pack getting sick au injured to other packs challengeing...
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Do wewe think its right for Mbwa mwitu loups to be hunted down for such foolish reasons? I mean sure if a mbwa mwitu does attack wewe and wewe have to kill it, okay, i can understand that. But most hunters like to kill Mbwa mwitu loups for their beautiful fur, as trophies,and for other various reasons.

I TOTTALY disagree with the whole reason of hunting down poor wanyama like wolves! Mbwa mwitu loups are like a 'belief' to me and i know to other people. They are suck graceful, caring, loving, feirce, vicious, and beautiful creatues. They have NO right to be killed. If They over populate in one part of our coutry; let them live,...
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posted by hannah_vampire
It is sick how people kill wanyama and only for a sport au to sell their pelt.

It is also sick how people can hurt them and trap them because They are beautiful animals, I upendo them so much and they are like us and we are like them.

I am not in for the whole lets kill Mbwa mwitu loups and sell their coats and then dump their bodies au hurt them and leave them to die.
It is like if Mbwa mwitu loups we to come into our house take our lifes and wreck our whole house, I find it so wrong and all those pictures i have seen.

I mean they are: Beautiful,Lovely, Mysterious, Great caring mother and yes thats another thing is that if we kill the aphla female au a female that has wolf-pups they dont have their mother imagie growing up without you're mother even if wewe have a fill in its not the same.
posted by emowolf123
Thunder led me out of his office with an arm around my shoulder. My tattos started hurting again, so I rubbed them.

"What's wrong?" Jenny came up to me.

"Uh, I just had an itch," I said, putting my arms down to my side. Thunder took them though and rubbed my little bird tattos with his thumb.

"When did wewe get this?" He asked.

"Like last night," I said, taking my arms back.

"What does your mbwa mwitu look like?" I sighed. I really don't want to Change, but I guess I have to. So I let my mind and body "go wolf". Scarlett, Jenny, and Thunder gasped. Hugo's already seen me as a wolf, so this is nothing...
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posted by tigerwolf
Betrayed in the Dark



“Stop!” “He didn’t do anything,” shouted White! “He doesn’t deserve this!”
White couldn’t believe his eyes about what he was seeing. There were sounds of yelps and growls went thought the air.

“You’re just lucky he didn’t hear you”, whispered Zinna. Do wewe what to get punished?”

White knew that she was right but he couldn’t watch his fellow mbwa mwitu being tossed violently around like a doll. White couldn’t stand up for him au that would be him. After it was over, He resized that all the other Mbwa mwitu loups were leaving.

“There not even going to...
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posted by JackLuver14
I looked around and then looked back at him and said,"C'mon.We're gonna have to get wewe to my pango somehow so wewe can sleep."
"How the heck do we do that?"
"Our 3 choices are degrading,sadly;there's dragging,limping,and crawling. Oh,and there's just sitting here."
"Ummmmm..limping's out;how strong are you?" I smirked and said,"More than wewe think."
"Okay,I trust you."
"Good,your probably gonna need to trust me if your sleeping in my den," and i gently clamped my teeth on the loose fur, manyoya of his neck and pulled him to my den..it took awhile. I let him go and said,"Okay,there's half a caribou for you...
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posted by AerinDeer28
RAISED kwa BEARS


Chapter 1
The filthy nightmare

A dark grey wolf, with machungwa, chungwa eyes and a flash of three scratch scars going from his forehead to his right cheek trotted out of the forest with a buck’s leg in his mouth, followed kwa his strongest pack-mates ready to go to their mti pango not too far from the hunting grounds.
A beautiful silver mbwa mwitu with burgundy at the tips of her pelt, feeding her pups was gazing at the entrance of the den, waiting for her mate and pack to return from the hunt. But as she waited, there were noises coming from the mouth of the den, and she immediately thought...
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 Thunder and Shadow
Thunder and Shadow
Packs
Thunder's pack
Alpha: Thunder- Male gray mbwa mwitu with yellow eyes
Male beta: Stone- Male gray mbwa mwitu with yellow eyes
Female beta: Lightning- Female white mbwa mwitu with blue eyes
Male Delta: Storm- Male gray mbwa mwitu with blue eyes
Female Delta: Crystal- Female white mbwa mwitu with green eyes
Sentinels: Moonlight- Female white mbwa mwitu with brown eyes
Sparkle- Female gray mbwa mwitu with green eyes
Marble- Female white mbwa mwitu with red eyes
Pebble- Male gray mbwa mwitu with green eyes
Fog- Male gray mbwa mwitu with red eyes
Elders: Twinkle- Female gray mbwa mwitu with green eyes
Snow- Female white mbwa mwitu with blue eyes
Cloud- Male white mbwa mwitu with...
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posted by 18wanda
 Sky and Meuki
Sky and Meuki
If wewe have already read the article, Howl of a Wolf, then here is the sequel. The sequel takes place a few days after the great comfrontation at the end of Howl of a Wolf. Sky is the new leader of the Mbwa mwitu loups after he killed the other leader in a duel to the death for supremacy. He is learning how to take on this new position, and is strengthening his relationship with Meuki, the white mbwa mwitu who captivates his heart. But spring has come, and every spring the caribou the wolevs live off of have moved to the lands up north to spend the summer. When the Mbwa mwitu loups set out on this same journey, nyota and Sky end up being divided kwa new problems.
nyota is called into caves behind the waterfall, and goes ona spiritual journey unlike anything she ever experienced. Meanwhile, Sky meets with another pack of Mbwa mwitu loups who treat him like royalty in their pack. Sky and Meuki knows there has to be a reason, and as they venture onward north the two Mbwa mwitu loups uncover the pack's hidden secrets.
 "We are the Lost spirits of the Waterfall Passage..."
"We are the lost spirits of the Waterfall Passage..."
 nyota comunicates with the spirits of the past
Star comunicates with the spirits of the past
 Sky
Sky
posted by DarkWolf14
The Dark mbwa mwitu Cry Part 1
It was snowing i always hate snow i get Lost from the others of the Pack but they don’t care about it me. Since mother die father become the Alpha and forget about me and the others ignore me cause I’am different iam dark the only one who haves dark fur, manyoya in the pack its me and the rest of the pack have withe fur, manyoya and I the only one of them with dark black fur, manyoya and the worst is my yellow eyes they are shining mom says she like them but I hate I look like a monster.
The snow its getting harder iam tired its just better I lay down here and fade in the snow
(xxx)

What this...
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Prologue
It was a sunny morning in a large forest the morning dew was starting to dry off the green nyasi and wanyama were starting to wake are story begins in a small cave. Inside the cave were four Mbwa mwitu loups a dark grey male mbwa mwitu with blue eyes and a light grey female mbwa mwitu with red eyes inayofuata to them was a small dark grey pup with blue eyes and a larger pup with light grey fur, manyoya and red eyes. Both pups were male the light grey pup was named Lechu and his smaller brother was named lachu. The mother mbwa mwitu looked at the puppy with her warm kind eyes "they are beautiful" the mother alisema with a smile as bright as the afternoon sun 'I agree Tina" the father alisema with pride in his eyes which were colored like the near kwa lake. Tina looked at her mate and alisema " Jake I think they will make us proud" Jake smiled and replied "I don't think, I know they will".
 Lechu
Lechu
 Lachu
Lachu
posted by Fairstepshaven
Prolouge
It was a beautiful night, with the moon covering the fresh, untouched snow with a sleek silver sheen. Two massive wolves, one noticbly larger than the other, stalked into the moonlit clearing. A sense of regalness shrouded around them, and they seemed to never touch the ground. They stopped in the center where the moon shown directly on thair sleek pelts. The smaller one, a beautiful jet black she-wolf with fur, manyoya as silky as a dove's feather, and eyes as silver as the moonlight she stood on, was the first to speak,"When will she realize her true destiny?" her voice was as smooth- and...
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 Grey mbwa mwitu and yearling son
Grey wolf and yearling son
Gasping for breath, the grey mbwa mwitu raced through the trees.
His mate ran alongside him with a tiny pup dangling from her jaws and her yearling son on her heels.
Their pursuiters crashed through the underbrush behind them, gaining ground with each step.
“Keep going!” he barked to his small pack.
Without warning, two Mbwa mwitu loups stood before them, teeth bared.
As they came to a sudden stop, half a dozen Mbwa mwitu loups emerged from the forest.
They were quickly surrounded on all sides.
“What do wewe want from us?” the grey mbwa mwitu growled, fur, manyoya rising along his back.
Beside him, his mate laid her ears back...
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