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Unlike most other wild cats, the fishing cat lives primarily along rivers and in mangrove forests. Their main prey is fish. They have webbed feet, this helps them swim and stops them from sinking when walking on mud.
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Wildlife trader on Facebook caught red-handed

Thai authorities seize clouded leopard carcasses, golden cat and leopard cat skins and other animal parts after a man offered wildlife for sale on Facebook. On 25 March 2019, The Department of National Park (Phaya Seua task force) in cooperation with police and military in Ratchaburi acted upon a tip…

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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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Malii the miracle cat

During a routine evening surgery the vet team were presented with a paralysed cat that a local had  found beside his car. The cat had no owner, but was very friendly. With no obvious wounds or trauma the team decided to take care of her . Nerve damage will sometimes…

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The Story of the Maqcat…

Remember last year we shared our discovery of an unexpected bond between Jojo the rescued macaque and Alan the stray domestic cat (see the story here: https://www.wfft.org/primates/unexpected-bond-macaque-befriends-cat/). Well, life goes one. Alan decided the grass was greener on the other side. And this time, it is literally on the other…

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An Unexpected Bond….a Macaque Befriends a Cat….

Jo Jo the rescued long-tailed macaque here at the Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand Wildlife Rescue Centre has found himself a new best friend, in the form of Alan the stray domestic cat. Little Alan appeared in the newlands area a few weeks ago and has taken up residence in the…

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Dog and Cat Sterilization Program

Last week the Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand collaborated with the Mahanakorn University of Technology Faculty of Veterinary Science on a de-sexing program in the village where the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre is located. A team of 11 veterinarians, vet students and assistants joined with the WFFT Vet Team for day…

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