High content wolfdog
Nahima and her sister Aiyana were born to a backyard breeder in New Mexico in the spring of 2000. They were somehow orphaned as pups and never properly socialized. Somehow, they escaped their yard and were collected by Animal Control. At 12 weeks of age the two starving pups were taken to the North American Wolf Association (NAWA).
In 2003 the NAWA sanctuary was closed and Nahima and Aiyana were brought to Indigo Mountain.
The NAWA staff named her Nahima which is the Cherokee word for mystic. It is very fitting, as her eyes are mysterious. While she lacks the trust of a more socialized animal, she is curious of her new keepers and has begun to sneak close enough to lick a hand or two.
She is clearly a subordinate of the four pack, yet is often seen testing the waters with her sister Aiyana and Welela.
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