Did you know that rat meat costs four times more than chicken or pork and twice that of beef in China? We rescued this elderly bamboo rat who had severe malocclusion and set up a trail camera to make sure he was recovering well after treatment. We were pleasantly surprised…
The keeping of wildlife as pets is driving many species to the edge of extinction. It also leads to very poor welfare of the animals that are being kept captive. Here is a prime example of health problems caused by keeping wild animals as pets.
This week we rescued 3 slow lorises (Nycticebus.). Tang-Thai, Thanarat, and Robert.
"Jan" is a captive bred female mountain lion. Almost a decade ago she was imported into Thailand with many other mountain lions to be sold to zoos or to become a pet when she was only a cub.
Who remembers "Peter & Simon" the 3-legged bulls that WFFT rescued a few years ago? After we introduced them to each other back in 2017, they have formed a close bond and become brothers.
Meet ‘Tufa‘ a male Bengal slow loris, a new resident at the Wildlife Friends Foundation. At one year old, Tufa was abandoned by his previous owner, but luckily good citizens had rescued and taken care of him ever since.