Predators of the werewolf
Do werewolves have any natural predators? No. There are no living organisms that hunt the werewolf – even the most predatorial of animals – bears, wolves, lions, tigers – all of these creatures stay clear of areas in which they catch a werewolf scent. Even vampires – while they do not like werewolves – do not hunt the werewolf..they prefer humans.
The next question then becomes why arent there werewolves everywhere? If werewolves have no natural predators, it only stands to reason that they would multiply in huge numbers and werewolves would be everywhere. The answer to that is werewolves are not everywhere because it is just not that easy to become a werewolf. There are many theories on ways to become a werewolf, and much debate on the topic of what causes the transformation to begin with. While just the bite of a vampire can cause you to become a vampire, this is not the case with werewolves. A werewolf infection is just not easily caught or transferred.