St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
In Honor of St. Patrick’s Day in the month of March the Lockwood Animal Rescue Center offers the following translation of “I Love the Big Bad Wolf” in Gaelic.
The Gaelic language is without a verb for love. The closest word to love is “Tá grá” and the shortened version of wild dog is “faol”- finally ferocious or angry spirited is “mòr fiadhaich.” So, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day the translation for “I Love the Big Bad Wolf” is Tá grá faol mòr fiadhaich (Gaelophiles please correct us if we’re mistaken). The English version is available for a limited time on a power band (bracelet) from the Lockwood Animal Rescue Center (LARC) (see photo below). You can help dispel the myth and take back the meaning of this mis-used terminology to describe the ancestors for all modern day domestic dogs. Fairy tales and fables contain dangerous depictions of the (Big Bad) wolf which have led to their near-extermination and we are facing a second extermination if we don’t turn around these false images. Let’s all say “We love the Big Bad Wolf” and he is not what you are being led to believe he is!
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