This video says about itself:
There were four adorable wolf pups, just one week old. The entire pack works together to care for those young pups.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
WWF reward after finding dead she-wolf
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Germany offers a reward to catch the culprit who last month shot a wolf. The wolf was found in the woods near Görlitz in eastern Germany. WWF proposes 25,000 euros for the information that leads to the killer.
The punishment for killing a wolf in Germany is imprisonment of up to five years or a fine. Late last year, about 350 wolves lived in the wild in Germany.