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Did 'Twilight' Star Kristen Stewart Get A Wolf For Her Birthday?

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(Photo : Getty/Michael Loccisano) Kristen Stewart is "delighted" with her new wolf.

Apparently Jacob Black isn't the only wolf in "Twilight" star Kristen Stewart's life anymore. The Daily Star reports that the actress' mother Jules gave her daughter a pet wolf for her 24th birthday on April 9.

According to AZCentral, a source told the Daily Star that ''Kristen and her mum adore wolves and see nothing wrong with keeping them as domesticated pets."

The source continued that Stewart's mother brought the wolf to Kristen's beach house in Malibu as a birthday surprise, and that Stewart "was delighted, and was soon even sharing cakes with him."

Neighbors, on the other hand, are reportedly not so delighted. The Daily Star's source said that they're "furious" and that "Jules has always had run-ins with [them] over the issue in the past, but Kristen has always longed for [a wolf] of her own."

No details were given about the age of the wolf, or whether or not it's perhaps actually a wolf-dog hybrid. Considering Stewart's mother owns a few wolf-dogs herself — and, as she told US Weekly, has had to go to court because of her neighbors' distaste for the animals — there's a good chance the latest addition to the pack is a hybrid as well.

Those of you wondering about the legality of owning wolves and wolf-dogs can rest easy knowing that the Stewarts aren't breaking any laws — in California, purebred wolves are allowed to be kept as pets with a Fish and Game permit, while hybrids can be kept without.

"The honest truth about the animals is, years ago I rescued a few wolf-hybrids, and they live on a large open piece of property filled with trees," Stewart's mother informed US Weekly. "These animals are perfectly legal in the state of California. They're not pets, they're more like companions. They're loyal, they're big, they're completely socialized, they're licensed, they're legal for me to have them, and I love them!"

Though her mother clearly has a lot of experience with raising wolf-dogs, we hope Stewart considers consulting with an expert — just in case the animal is in fact a wolf rather than a hybrid.

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