When I was a kid, we had family friends that we'd go camping with. One summer they brought a baby raccoon that had been rescued when Mama got hit in the road. They were raising it on a bottle. It was the cutest little thing. Would follow along where ever we went, and if we got too far ahead, it would start crying... fast forward to one of my earlier flocks. A dozen mini leg horns. A coon got into the coop one night and started killing them. I chased it off, found it back the next day, pulling one of the 3 survivors through the fence of the run, head first. To this day, any coon I see will be a dead one if I have any method of making it so.
Nope. You're not bad for desiring wolves to not be in your space. I have the same issue with foxes, coyotes and the so called non existent Mountain Lions that have been seen face to face by one neighbor, and an other neighbor has footage of.
Want any mistaking it either.