No Kill Werewolf Rescue
Due to thousands of years of stigma, werewolves are often neglected during childhood and cast out into the world to survive alone.
They often end up dejected and homeless, living on the outskirts of society, with no reason not to go on a deeply muderous rampage.
I want to change this. By using harm reduction practices and showing werewolves that there is a place for them in society, we could reduce werewolf suicides by 90%. We could also reduce the amount of werewolf victims by over 70% not including children.
My new non-profit, Pawsitive Lycan-do Attitude Project, once it gets 501(c)3 status, will work to create a loving supportive home for werewolves and re-introduce them to society. At the same time we will advocate for werewolf acceptance with our "Furry Doesn't Mean Murder-y" public awareness campaign.
We will utilize multiple interventions to meet werewolves where they are at- whether it be in the woods or down by the river. In some instances we will use humane traps if the wolf person is averse to treatment.
We will then use positive reinforcement and motivational interviewing techniques to re-locate the werewolf into an appropriate loving foster home and re-introduce social skills while building a community foundation so the wolf-person learns to trust again.
Last but not least, we will utilize both former werewolves and werewolf survivors as advocates and mentors, showing that recovery is possibly and guilt and shame can be successfully overcome.
There is never a good reason to kill a werewolf. Never.