I went to see "The Secret Life of Pets 2". There were some good bits, but one thing I do disagree on is the portrayal of wolves 🐺 as the villains. This is not right. Wolves already get it bad enough in the stories (the Big Bad Wolf). The stereotype of the Big Bad evil wolf that lurks around wanting to eat children and other people is, for the most part, totally incorrect. While there may have been more wolf 🐺 attacks on humans in the past, wolves these days generally avoid humans. The chances of you getting attacked by a wolf or wolves 🐺 are very, very slim.
Wolves 🐺 have it bad enough in real-life as well. At risk of losing their protections, being gunned down by hunters and farmers, government "culls" and other programmes, opposition to wolves being reintroduced to the UK 🇬🇧 and trapping are all persecution, opposition and cruelty to wolves 🐺.
The portrayal of wolves in "The Secret Life of Pets 2" could add further insult to injury. Kids should be taught that stereotypes of animals and people aren't always correct and to be respectful and nice when they can.
Please make up for your negative portrayal of wolves 🐺!!!!
Thank you 😊.
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