Female werewolves

Buddy and Readers,

It is not impossible for female werewolves in werewolf form to give birth.

After having said that it would be one of the rarest moments in werewolf history for this to happen, and to my knowledge has not happened yet. The werewolf in human form first, of course, would have to be a pregnant female human. Then the female werewolf must be in a transformed state and due for pregnancy; during that brief period of time when the human is transformed into werewolf it is possible for her to give birth, but the odds of this happening – of the female werewolves actually giving birth – are not very likely. If this were to happen there is no telling what type of evil would be created, this would be a werewolf by birth and not by “infection” or “disease,” whatever it may be that you like to call it. This evil that would be created would only survive if it were able to escape the werewolf that gave it life. The werewolf, after giving birth, would immediately eat it’s young.

For female werwolves to give birth the timing on everything would have to be perfect, then,  if this were to actually happen the “baby” would also have to escape the “mother”  to avoid death, this would be impossible.

Werewolf967

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42 Responses

  1. That guy says:

    i can’t help but wonder what the kid would be like if the parents were in werewolf form during conseption.

  2. Lee Ann says:

    Um? By pups do you mean human children?… Because the contrary is not possible…

  3. brandon says:

    actually if a shewolf was to give birth the child would probably come out as a wolf pup. Than transform as a regulaur werewolf would and actually the mother wouldnt eat it but treat it as a wolf and a human would ,nourishment, love ,caring ,and protection. The pup or baby would be either a pure werewolf or a human werewolf hybrid depending on wether the father was a werewolf or not. Which ever it is the child would probably alot better control than his/her parents.The only diffrence between the two is a hybrid would have no werewolf weaknesses such as silver and wolsbane. Plus would be alot more human than a regual contagion werewolf.

  4. Shadow Hunter says:

    So is it possible for a human and a werewolf to mate, give birth, and the baby be a werewolf and/or a human?

  5. Courtney says:

    So if i gave birth as a werewolf i would eat my baby awww sad

  6. ILiekPizza says:

    Werewolves do not mindlessly kill everything. If a werewolf were to give birth to a pup the only thing she would kill is the being stupid enough to approach her pup (save for the father(so long as the shewolf still loves him)).

    Even if the pup looked human the shewolf would still clean, feed and protect it.

    Werewolves can love too!

  7. Omg. I actually just took the time to read this article about female werewolves amd i just wanna say that a female werewolf will certainly not kills its pup or pups after giving birth to it. Thats a fact too. I dont need proof or anything. Its common sense. The mother would look after its young, feed it, protect it, and love itt like any other animal would.

  8. sierraH says:

    lol, what the H*** just happened here on the first comment page???

  9. nathan says:

    not any more i am a hybrid look that shit up and tell m whats more imposable yea i am a real hybrid

  10. she wolf says:

    A werewolf can give birth to both in human and wolf form. I can’t gave you the story/details becuase if I do, she would kill me.

  11. Mary says:

    one of my friends got pregnant and she made me go with her to the abortion clinic. it was really wierd.

  12. Emma says:

    Is there any way anyone with more info on the female werewolf topic could get in touch with me?

  13. Emma says:

    If anyone could, please E-mail me.
    mmpysngr95@yahoo.com

  14. Mary says:

    Well the only way i can get in touch with you is on this site

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