Do werewolves hunt other werewolves
The community of werewolves while small, is very loyal to one another. Unlike humans and vampires, werewolves do not typically hunt their own kind. There is a silent unity amongst werewolves even if they do not know each other. That is not to say that packs don’t sometimes fight each other, and that is not to say that werewolves don’t sometimes dislike others of their kind. In fact, many werewolves prefer to be on their own and have nothing to do with others of their kind. If they were to fight each other it would typically be over a personal issue or for a specific reason – and not because they have been hired by an individual to do so. Convincing a werewolf to hunt another of his kind for no personal reason would be very difficult to do. Most werewolf hunters are therefore human.