First of all, if this is a current age for your puppy, the mother can't be anywhere near pure wolf. Pure wolf females ONLY have puppies in the spring, usually April and sometimes May. There are no exceptions to that, it is just part of their biology. Odds are, if the puppy is that age now (Oct 2011), the mother is far less than half wolf. Mid content wolfdogs usually have pups in winter. Females having pups in mid to late summer are more dog than anything, so the puppy would take more after the traits of the father's breed, and whatever the mother really is.
A puppy that is really half wolf will not make a good pet in the sense most people expect, and will be dangerous to the cat. With yours being more dog than anything, it could make a great pet depending on the temperament he inherits, and how you raise him.
Answered by paws4hisglory - 10/7/2011 6:11:58 PM