When was the last time you've been to Anacortes and howled with a wolf?

In all of my nearly 20 years living in the Yakima Valley, I have never been to Anacortes, in fact, I had to Google how far away it is from Yakima. (It's over three and a half hours away, FYI.)

I was perusing through the Airbnb Animal Experiences section and discovered there is a place in Anacortes that lets you howl with actual wolves. Forget dancing with wolves, now you can cuddle, take selfies, and howl with them. WEIRD, but cool!

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This experience is not open to kids, though, so parents don't get any fancy ideas. You have to be at least 18 years old to enjoy the adventure.

"Our new photo area will allow us to pause for photos and rest with (our) wolves, (Kakoa and Max)."

This trip will let you waltz around on a guided tour with the wolves in their "1/4 acre" habitat. Sounds cool, doesn't it?

Not only can you pal around with the canis lupis, but you can also get jiggy with it alongside "sloths, cougars, foxes, and more!" Does that include a few lions, tigers, and bears, oh my? Probably not, but you don't get what you don't ask for, amirite?

There are just a few warnings you need to know before you go sign up: no wearing any clothes filled with down, feathers, or fur. The wolves don't play that, just like Homey D. Clown. You also need to wear closed-toed shoes, so don't plan on wearing your Birkenstock sandals or Crocs on this Airbnb animal experience. Don't wear any jewelry and leave your own personal pets at home, Max and Kakoa don't play that either.

This Airbnb experience will run you about $200 a person. Get more info here.

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go watch the movie, Twilight: New Moon. I'm #TeamJacob.

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