The sanctuary recently welcomed McQuade to its eleven-member pack of wolves and wolfdogs after his adoptive family surrendered him. Invited to name the animal, Norris and his wife, Gena, named the wolf after Norris' 1983 film "Lone Wolf McQuade."
“I am happy to visit this one of a kind place dedicated to protecting these magnificent animals,” Norris said in the press release.
The sanctuary cares for wolves and wolfdogs and provides guided tours of the facilities to educate the public on the animals. The sanctuary is currently building its new facility in Navasota. 2759 Saint Beulah Chapel Road, Montgomery. 936-597-9653. www.saintfranciswolfsanctuary.org