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Yai, The Bear With A Sore Head

Recently, some swelling was found on the face of Yai, our Asiatic Black Bear. She was sedated and brought to the WFFT Wildlife Hospital to be examined and X-rayed. It was discovered that Yai had a fractured upper canine tooth that had become infected. This had caused a tooth root…

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Update – Stella the Civet Kitten

Stella the common palm civet has been with is for just over 3 weeks now, she has been progressing well after a rather abrupt start to life. Under the close care of WFFT resident veterinarian little Stella is growing fast and has even began to climb. See her rescue story…

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Sunda Pangolin Rescued

On Wednesday we received a telephone call from the Phetchaburi police station asking for us to help a Sunda pangolin (Manis javanica) that a concerned local had reported. A pangolin had been found on the side of a busy highway, far from any place that he would have lived in…

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Rescued – Civet Kitten

A few days ago we received a call from a member of the public who had found a very young common palm civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) on the ground under a tree screaming, the little kitten was covered in ants. He picked up the kitten and cleared the ants away, unfortunately…

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