Mother Wolf Gets Hilariously (And Aggressively) Frustrated With Her Rambunctious Pups

Sometimes things happen in nature that are so similar to humans that you just can’t help but really laugh out loud.

Parenting is difficult in all walks of life. You’re having a little fun, then suddenly you have a little creature to care for and keep alive with no “me time” in sight.

It’s a life-changing event, even for animals. In a world that’s so tough on them, when they have kids, they have a lot more to worry about…just like humans do.

But that’s her whole life. Always battling the elements, struggling for their next meal and survival. Like all parents, they learn and adapt their lifestyle, figuring it all out over time.

However, animals sometimes make it seem easy. We see them living their lives as normally as possible. But that’s easy to assume when you just catch them with a quick glance.

Wolves have an average of 4 to 6 pups. They breed for life and like humans, the alpha female is given control during the breeding season. The pack obeys her commands and brings food directly to her as needed.

Nature is not always so different.

After birth, the mother takes care of the cubs intensively for 2 months and then teaches them how to be independent for the next 6 months. Between 6 and 8 months, wolf pups begin to become normal members of their pack.

This video shows a mother and her puppies in a typical mother-child relationship.

All the mother wants is some peace to rest. Her children come into her part of the cave, begging her for love and attention.

But sometimes mom needs a rest.

The growl comes out in full force as the mother tries to put her children in her place with tough love. She’s definitely letting her know that she wants to be left alone.

They’re still whining for their attention and I’m scared just watching the interaction.

I find this hilarious though…if you’re a parent, you already know it. Mother Wolf Gets Hilariously (And Aggressively) Frustrated With Her Rambunctious Pups

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