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WFFT Wildlife Hospital

WFFT has a fully operational wildlife hospital that treats thousands of animals every year. We also offer treatment for our local community and welcome veterinary professionals and students from all over the world. Let the vets in your life know they can participate in exciting rescues, rehabilitation, and releases with…

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2 Pig Tailed Macaques Rescued

WFFT rescued 2 northern pig tailed macaques from a resort and horse riding school in Pattaya. They were originally kept as pets to ward off other macaques, but when they started lunging at passing horses, they were moved into small cages. When ownership of the resort changed hands, their care…

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It’s Raining Owls!

There have been many wildfires during this dry season in Thailand. These fires have been pushing wildlife out of their habitats and into human areas. This week we took in several rescues consisting of spotted, barn, and collared scops owls.   These owls range in age from just days old…

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World Wildlife Day

Today is World Wildlife Day! In WFFT’s 18 year history, we have rescued, rehabilitated, and released thousands of wild animals. We only have one planet to share with all forms of life, so we must continue fighting to protect them and their habitats! #worldwildlifeday

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WFFT Highlights – February 2019

-We had many releases this month! Kicking things off were 3 wild male macaques who were raiding homes. They were relocated to a safe protected area. -We have had numerous wildfires near us lately which may have contributed to why this rat snake waltzed right into our hospital. It was…

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Magic Mike

We've named our latest rescue Mike in honor of WFFT sponsor Mike Beets. At just 4 days old, Mike is one of our youngest orphaned macaques, ever! His mother died during childbirth and he was found riddled with fleas in someone’s back garden. They gave him some goat milk which…

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World Pangolin Day

Today is World Pangolin Day. Did you know that a pangolin is snatched from the wilderness every 5 minutes? The trafficking of pangolins has an interesting relationship with that of ivory. Take a look to learn more. https://youtu.be/bAEhFvdOuB8

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An Interspecies Valentine

  • 14 February 2019
  • Dogs

A few weeks ago, a local man brought a paralyzed puppy to WFFT, never to return. We have been rehabilitating Charcoal ever since. Another WFFT dog, Effie, was herself immobilized for some time after a car accident several years ago. She has since been keen on befriending hospital patients who…

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Happy Valentines Day! Today we are profiling Amy (UK) and Marcel (Switzerland), who met and started dating at WFFT 2 years ago. They came back this year to celebrate their anniversary with us! (AWWW💕) https://youtu.be/RRQ7_4w1vFw

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Evolution

Today is Darwin’s birthday! We’ve compiled some interesting evolutionary facts about our rescued wildlife. Did you know there is a “6 legged” tortoise and that lorises have 2 tongues? Check it out! https://youtu.be/XbAJy2MxUyc

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WFFT Highlights – January 2019

Here are some of the highlights at WFFT this January. Watch 2 otters play when they were finally paired. They had been acclimating to each other in adjacent enclosures for some time. When the tunnels were opened, they couldn’t contain their excitement and immediately took off to romp together. Two…

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Malii – Miracle Cat Update

  • 22 January 2019
  • Cats

Many volunteers have met and fallen in love with sweet Malii over the last few months. She was the paralyzed cat with bandaged legs often seen scooting around by the hospital. Malii has begun walking these last few weeks! Take a look at her progress and new friend, Charcoal. https://youtu.be/n6xwl4UjaHQ

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Temple Rescue Update

WFFT conducted a massive rescue of 105 animals (wild and domestic) from a Rayong Province temple 5 months ago. Larissa Viravaidya Stillman was one of many concerned locals who reported the horrific conditions at this temple. We were concerned that the empty cages might get filled up with new neglected…

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