In Roman mythology wolves are mainly associated to Mars, god of war and agriculture. The Romans generally seem to have refrained from intentionally harming wolves. For instance, they were not hunted for pleasure (but only in order to protect herds that were out at pasture), and not displayed in the venationes, either. The special status of the wolf was not based on national ideology, but rather was connected to the religious importance of the wolf to the Romans.
Dragon and the Cupid (2022)
Accumulation of wealth and appreciation.
One day Sparky the Dragon was hanging out with his best friend Cupid, the son of Venus. Cupid poring from a magical bucket filled with gold to bless who they are in possession of.