Two more monkeys rescued from the coconut industry. Never again will Jor and Lek have to be chained up and forced to work. Shortly after arriving at WFFT, both Jor and Lek had their metal collars removed and had a full health check.
Otters are Not Pets! Please join us today, on World Otter Day, to spread the message. ภาษาไทยด้านล่าง WFFT is home to 17 rescued Oriental small-clawed otters. Although it is illegal to trade otters, and they are a protected species in Thailand, the otter trade still sadly exists. This ruthless trade is pushing these endangered species to extinction.
Are you in Thailand? Do you have some time to spare and want to give back a little? If so, THAILAND’S RESCUED WILDLIFE NEEDS YOU! WFFT is desperately seeking volunteers to come and help us take care of our 700+ rescued animals. Volunteers help prepare food, feed our rescued wildlife, make enrichment, clean enclosures and much more. Please email email@example.com for more information. Food and accommodation are provided.
A few days ago a member of the public found a Bengal slow loris in their garden and contacted us for help. The team headed out to rescue the loris. After the initial health check it appears that the loris had sustained burns to his hind limbs and puncture wounds from a domestic dog or cat attack.
On Friday we welcomed two very young infant primates. Secondly we will introduce you to Tulip. Tulip is a Bengal slow loris. She was found in a garden around 10km from the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre.
Yesterday we welcomed two very young infant primates. Firstly we will introduce you to Nam Sai. Nam Sai is a Long-tailed macaque that is 3-4 months old.