--%> Singer Rihanna Makes Donation To Wolves Sanctuary
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Singer Rihanna Makes Donation To Wolves Sanctuary

The famous pop singer and self-professed animal lover gives a reportedly large sum of her fortune to Wolf Haven International.

According to the UK’s Daily Mirror, Rihanna may be best known for her soulful crooning on radio airwaves, but the 25-year-old Barbados-born singer has a soft spot for animals––especially wolves––and has donated a large portion of her reportedly 30 million British pounds to Wolf Haven, a wolf sanctuary with a mission to save the Mexican wolf population. “Rihanna loves animals … and she would love to be able to save her favourite creatures from extinction,” quoted the Mirror from a source close to the singer. The Mexican wolf population is one of the most endangered mammals in North America, reports Wolf Haven International.

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