If I'm at home, I'd give it a nice juicy stake (left outside the front door of course, or probily closer to the street). If I'm outside I'll stand perfectly still and just hope it doesn't notice me (hoping I don't smell like stake)... then, sneeks slowly back into the house.
Well, I would act very calm. I wouldn't make any sudden movements, because that might startle him and make him come after me. It all depends on how far away from the animal that I am. I would not want to try and run as this will startle the wolf and he will chase me thinking I might be food. The best thing to do is to stand still or hide and let the animal go on about his life, then move when it is safe. I DO NOT want to get killed or eaten by a wolf! Wolves don't turn and run away immediately like we're used to with other animals. Wolves nearly always blink first, experts say, but yelling will drive off a wolf, as will pepper spray.
i would take it to my house,feed it some food,let it do what it wants for a little while,then i would take it deep into the woods of Alaska or something like that,where hunters can't get it,then i would set it free and leave it alone.