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Wolf cat and mouse game continues
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WASHINGTON D.C. - The game goes like this: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determines through careful analysis of population changes and discussions with various state agencies that gray (timber) wolves can be de-listed from federal protection without fear of extinction. Next, the Humane Society of the United States and the usual posse of animal rights organizations mount up and storm the chambers of a sympathetic judge to take umbrage. They typically choose Washington - why not get as far away from reality as possible - to file their protest.