Montana Woman Mistakenly Skins A Dog, Thinking It Was A Wolf


Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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A Montana woman named Amber Rose posted gruesome images to her Facebook page, claiming that she had shot, killed, and skinned a wolf pup in Flathead County. Unfortunately, the animal turned out to be a Husky, not a wolf.

Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks representatives have confirmed that the horrific images of a skinned animal are indeed of a dog, and not a wolf, as Roses’ social media post claims. Rose bragged about her kill on Facebook. It was “a great feeling to text my man and say I just smoked a wolf cub,” Rose wrote, while proudly standing next to the skinned Husky.

The disturbing post is going viral, and people across the globe are airing their feelings after discovering what transpired.

“We’ve determined that it wasn’t a wolf,” Greg Lemon, a representative from Montana Fish, Wildlife, said to KTVQ News.

Lemon says the woman claims to have shot the dog near Martin City outside of Kalispell, according to KTVQ News.

“It’s always important to be certain of the animal you’re going to harvest,” Lemon said.(RELATED: Virginia Man Faces Felony For Shooting And Hanging Dog In Yard)

The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office has launched an investigation into the matter, but no charges have been laid against Rose as of yet, according to KTVQ News.

The sheriff says there were 12 husky and shepherd dogs abandoned in the Doris Creek area, 11 of which have since been located and are in the hands of Animal Control. It is believed the last missing pup is the one that was skinned by Rose.

Rose is currently under investigation and police continue to probe the validity of her hunting license.

“We are looking into that aspect of it but it’s not really clear what the outcome of that investigation will be,” Lemon said, according to KTVQ News.

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