The only substantive criticism I have for this story is about this line, from the third to last paragraph:  “The man thing looked around. It had no gun, like the ones from the man places do.” In this line, the main character and narrator refers to her former husband as a “man,” and continues to do so for the rest of the short story. What annoys me is that the main character, despite recognizing that her husband as a “man,” never refers to him as such until after she finishes describing his transformation from wolf to human. Obviously, the author did this to obscure the twist, but it feels unnatural that the main character never had a thought similar to: “my husband became a man.” This awkwardness almost convinced me that the idea that the main character was a wolf and her husband was a human was false.