The Wolfenoot holiday is celebrated on November 23 all over the world. It is a date dedicated to beautiful animals – wolves and dogs that have been living side by side with humans for centuries and require our attention and kindness.
Wolfenoot originated quite by accident when a boy told his mother about it. His story soon went viral on social networks and the idea of a fictional holiday quickly captured people’s hearts all over the world. According to the boy, on this date the spirit of the wolf enters people’s homes and distributes gifts to those who have been kind to animals throughout the year. He also mentioned that fried meat and a delicious cake decorated with figurines of the forest, the moon, or wolves should be tasted. However, it is not necessary to follow these recommendations explicitly – vegetarians can cook something to their taste. The most important thing is to feel comfortable and show kindness. All proceeds from Wolfenoot events go to charity!
- They have incredibly sensitive hearing.
- They are extremely difficult to train, even if born in captivity.
- They can go without food for about 7 days.
- They are monogamous.
- They were the first protected animals in the world.
- They are excellent swimmers, but prefer land routes.
- They are featured in drawings from over 20 years ago.
- They have great endurance and can easily cover 70 km in a night.
- They can jump up to 4-5 meters in height.
How to take part
To join the celebration of Wolfenoot, here are some suggestions:
- Find out more about the holiday by subscribing to the official Wolfenoot Twitter account.
- Make donations to organizations that support animals.
- Treat your dog to something special. • Tell others about the date.
- For children, give gifts from the spirit of the wolf – hide them throughout the apartment and organize a search quest.
When is Wolfenoot celebrated in 2023?
Wolfenoot is observed on November 23 each year.