There has been an all out wolf hunt in Jessamine County since Wednesday morning.
That's when three female wolf-dog's escaped from the Wolf Run Wildlife Refuge, right off of busy Highway 27 in Jessamine County.
David Fuller, co-owner of the refuge, said the animals got loose by digging underneath a broken gate.
He said it was the first time any animal had escaped from the refuge, which is a rescue center for animals ranging from cougars to coyotes.
Two of the wolf-dog's were recaptured using meat, live traps and tranquilizer guns. The animals weren't injured.
The third wolf-dog, 'Cheyanne,' was still on the loose as of Friday night.
The two recaptured animals, 'Cherokee' and 'Luna,' were being kept in a kennel with a concrete floor, making it escape-proof.
Refuge co-owner Fuller said he wasn't worried for the public's safety. "My concern would be for livestock, but not people. They're very friendly."
The remaining escapee is full-grown and about 80-pounds, according to Fuller.
Fuller said if you see the animal, don't approach it or try to capture it yourself. He said to call Animal Control or Law Enforcement.
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