Bears & Nocturnal Animals
€35 – €140
Adoptions can be purchased for yourself, as a gift for loved ones or in memory of a special person.
We will formally acknowledge your contribution with a certificate and if you would like to arrange for the certificate to contain details of another person or organisation, we are happy to facilitate your wishes.
Galamair – malayan sun bear – This beautiful girl was rescued as an eight-month-old cub after her mother was murdered in front of her by hunters. She was then bought as a pet and soon became aggressive (she is a bear, after all) and was surrendered. WFFT took her in to provide her with a life as close to natural as possible. Become Galamair’s sponsor and ensure she continues to live a better life.
Jammy – asiatic black bear – Jammy is a female Asiatic Black Bear who was rescued in May of 2009. She was kept as a pet when she was a cub after having seen her mother get murdered so the poachers could sell her in the illegal wildlife trade. Jammy was a traumatised bear after her terrible experiences and it took a long time to introduce her to other bears. Over time she has learnt how to be a bear and enjoys a fully enriched life at WFFT. Help us give her the best life possible and sponsor her today.
Jazzy – asiatic black bear – Jazzy is a female Asiatic Black Bear who was rescued in late 2005. She was poached from the wild as a cub and sold into the illegal wildlife trade. Jazzy was placed in a small cage at a market in Kanchanaburi, next to another Asiatic Black Bear cub, named Jeffrey. They were soon to be placed in new homes when WFFT got a tip and went to find the cubs. Jazzy had to be hand-reared and now today is a fully-grown majestic bear. She will live out her days at WFFT in a large enclosure. Sponsor Jazzy today.
Kamala – malayan sun bear – Kamala was rescued in February 2010 as a three-month-old cub. She was illegally poached from the wild and sold as a pet. Thankfully she was given up quickly. Kamala had to be hand-reared by our medical team. Now she is very settled with her other bear friends living in a large, enriched enclosure. Help us keep Kalama happy and sponsor her today.
Kermit – slow loris – Kermit was rescued in November 2017 from a restaurant. The woman who found him didn’t realise it beforehand, but the restaurant was known to cook wild animals. When she saw Kermit, her heart melted and she decided to help him. So, she bought him to save him. She brought him to the WFFT wildlife hospital, and our vet staff took him in. Help us give Kermit the care he needs and become his sponsor.
Leo – leopard cat – this boy arrived at WFFT in 2014. He was a four-month-old kitten and was rescued from the pet trade. Now he lives in a large enclosure and we hope, one day, he can be reintroduced to the wild. Sponsor Leo’s care.
Regina – common palm civet – Regina is a female common palm civet who was stolen from the wild as a baby. She was then sold into the illegal wildlife trade as an exotic pet. Regina was kept in a tiny cage for a few months and fed all the wrong foods. She was very aggressive as a result of these awful conditions. After the ower handed her over to WFFT, we were able to bring her back to full health and encourage her natural behaviours. Help this ex-pet get the help and care she needs by becoming her sponsor.