When the first child of a wild child haircut girl appeared in a Toronto park, she had a name: Shana.
“She was the first one, and she was so beautiful and she had so many curls,” said a friend, who requested anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation.
Shana, who now lives in the U.S., would have turned six in June 2018.
The mother of two has been a wild haircut girl since she was a baby, her friends say.
They had no idea Shana was in a park.
“I’m not sure if she’s a child,” said one.
“Or if she was born in a zoo.
We can’t really tell because they’re all so different.”
A new trend in wild child haircutes In 2017, the Ontario government created a new category of wild child haircut girls to help people recognize the new trend, called “child haircutions.”
The new girls, known as “child haircut girl,” appeared in parks and at birthday parties.
The girls would also cut the hair of strangers in parks.
In a report released in July, the Canadian Association of Wildlife Veterinarians said the trend was a “major concern for wildlife management,” as it allowed predators to “melt” and eat wild animals.
The group said the children would also make people uncomfortable.
The report warned that the girls could be “a major risk to wildlife” if left unchecked.
The trend has spread to Canada, with one wild hair cut girl in B.C. even being allowed to eat wild salmon.
A man was arrested in Beringia in May after police found two wild haircuts girl in the wild near a salmon-bearing lake.
The girl was accused of stealing salmon, according to a police report.
Another wild hair haircut girl, called Shana the “child-like” in a Facebook post, was arrested for a similar offence in June.
Wild hair cut girls, like the one Shana in Boring, were banned from parks in New Brunswick.
But in October, a new trend began with a wild cut girl appearing in Ontario.
“We had no clue that there was a new phenomenon,” said Kelly Brouwer, the deputy chief of the wildlife unit at the B.A.C., in a statement to CBC News.
“The wild child was a natural and growing phenomenon.”
Shana’s mother, Michelle Pfeifer, said she was initially shocked by the news, but she quickly realized she was “trying to protect her little girl.”
“I was horrified that she was going to do this and I was devastated that she had to be caught,” she said.
Shiana’s mother said she doesn’t know what her daughter has done with the wild hair, but believes it is “an act of pure love” to save a species that is suffering.
Pfeffer says it is important that people realize “that the wild child is here to save the wild animal and the wild species.”
“We can’t just say, ‘Oh, she’s not going to have a hair cut because there are predators out there,'” she said in an interview with CBC News this week.
“That’s just not true.
She’s trying to save wild animals.”
Pfeifier says she has heard of “wild child” haircuts in New Zealand, which are a popular hobby in the island nation, but that she has not heard of a similar one in Canada.
She says she does not believe that there is an epidemic of wild hair cuts in New Brunswickers, but says she hopes that people will speak out and demand that governments take action to prevent it from happening.
“If they know what is going on, then they can help the situation,” she added.
The new trend of wild cut girls In Ontario, wild cut children were prohibited from public parks in 2018, but the province announced in November that it would allow the trend to continue.
The province said in November the new rules would make it illegal to take wild cut hair or cut hair without permission from a park ranger.
Wild cut hair is a popular sport in Ontario, and Pfeizer said she hopes the ban will help curb the growth of the trend.
“There are people out there who have a lot of money and they do these beautiful cuts,” she explained.
“It’s not about the money.
They’re just doing it to please someone.”
Pheffer said she’s seen many parents who “don’t want their children to be in parks.”
But Pfeider believes people should speak out if they see a wild haircut girl in a playground.
“When I saw this, I was really horrified.
I said to myself, ‘You need to get on this,’ and I’m sure you’re doing it because you want your child to be safe.”
Pferer said it’s not uncommon for children to take part in wild