Julius McQuade rescued and took care of a young wolf whom he named Isis.
Julius McQuade was an animal researcher for 40 years who wrote that he felt as caged as the animals were in that line of work. In 2004, he retired and took off into the unknown, eventually finding Trapper Dan's old shack and rescuing a white wolf he named Isis.
Julius trained Isis to follow a number of commands and piqued her interest in humans at the same time. On December 24, 2006, he hitchhiked to Pinevale Hospital and died of viral pneumonia less than 24 hours later.