Never Cry Wolf - Study Guide Chapter 14: Puppy Time Summary & Analysis

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Towards the end of June, Angeline begins to show signs of wanting to join the males on the hunt. George is clearly all for it, but she never wanders too far away from the den. Finally, Uncle Albert takes a hint and stays with the pups while George and his mate hunt together. The next day George returns alone. George and Uncle Albert take up vigil, watching as she suddenly appears. One at a time, she moves the pups to their summer location. At first, Farley fears that he has done something to upset the wolves enough that they feel the need to put distance between them, but Ootek, translated by Mike, later assures him that this is normal. Now that the pups are weaned, and the den is too small for them, they are graduating to their next step in life. The location is chosen...

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