"Wolves can't survive without a pack, *usually*. There's always a lone wolf here and there. But that's not me. Kirstin, Artur, and Cilla are my new pack. And you better know that I'll protect them with my entire being." Calvin being my precious werewolf son.
Chapter 10: "Only when they reach maturity (around two years old) are wolves able to pay sufficient attention to understand and follow a human's pointing gesture. 'They are on a different developmental path from dogs,'" said Friederike Range from the Wolf Science Center in Ernstbrunn, Austria.