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Emergency Treatment for Forest Fire Victim

(Scroll down for English) เมื่อวานนี้ทางทีม สัตว์เเพทย์ WFFT ได้มีคนเเจ้งมาว่า เจอนางอายได้รับบาดเจ็บอยู่บนต้นไม้ ในจังหวัดเพชรบุรีห่างจาก WFFT 20 นาที ทางสัตว์เเพทย์ได้วินิจฉัยว่าเธอได้รับเเผลไฟไหม้ บริเวณ หลังหัว หลังคอ เเละมือทั้ง2ข้าง คาดว่ามาจากไฟป่าที่เกิดขึ้นจากบริเวณใกล้เคียง ขณะนี้ประเทศไทยกำลังประสบปัญหาฤดูแล้งที่ร้อนผิดปกติเเละยังมีไฟป่าทั่วประเทศ ไฟป่าไม่เพียง แต่ทำลายป่าเเต่ยังทำให้ชีวิตมนุษย์ตกอยู่ในความเสี่ยงเเละยังฆ่าสัตว์ป่าอีกมากมาย เบื้องต้นทางทีมสัตว์เเพทย์ได้ทำเเผล ล้างเเผล ทายาฆ่าเชื้อเเละป้อนยาเพื่อลดการอักเสบ ด้วยการดูเเลอย่างใกล้ชิดทุกวันจากทีมสัตว์เเพทย์เราหวังว่าเธอจะกลับมาหายดีในไม่ช้า เราจะแจ้งให้คุณทราบถึงความคืบหน้าของเธอ! Yesterday the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Team were called to rescue Bengal Slow Loris that had been seeking refuge in a tree after being…

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RESCUED – Donald the Slow Loris

This week we got a got a call that a Slow Loris had been found in Bangkok. A driver was immediately dispensed to pick up this wayward animal from the concrete jungle. On arrival at the rescue centre they discovered a large Bengal Slow Loris in good condition and not…

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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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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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Nightlife!

We set up trail cameras to get a glimpse of our more elusive nocturnal animals. Some seemed aware of these strange new contraptions while others paid no mind. We captured some surprising moments! Check out our jackals meeting a large monitor lizard, a leopard cat friendship, and porcupines tenderly grooming…

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WFFT 2018 RECAP

2018 was a big year for WFFT. We rescued 4 elephants, hundreds of wildlife, released hundreds more, built new enclosures for our orangutans and macaques, and secured 13 acres for future projects. We couldn’t have done any of this without our donors, sponsors, volunteers, guests, and dedicated staff. Thank you…

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Weekly Roundup (Nov 16 – 30, 2018)

These highlights feature the rescue of a juvenile langur from a life in chains, a spa day with an elephant, a release of a feisty loris, transfer of a deer to a pre-release center, an orangutan using tools, and a heartwarming afternoon with a foster mom and her adopted baby…

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“Not cute anymore!”

Earlier this week, a male Sunda Slow Loris was brought to the WFFT Wildlife Hospital. The owner of the poor little animal didn't find him cute enough anymore so decided to get rid of him and abandoned him at a vet clinic. One veterinarian there was aware of the work…

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One Little Guy Found Far From Home…

Yesterday, the WFFT Rescue Team went to the Phetchaburi Livestock Department to collect a Sunda slow loris (Nycticebus coucang) that had been found by the side of a road in Phetchaburi. As this species is not known to live in this area he may have been a ket as a…

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SPIDER LORIS – Chin!!!

Have a look at Chin the disabled slow loris, who after daily physiotherapy sessions with the WFFT Vet Team and receiving a proper diet since his rescue, has been reborn as a real super hero!!! See his arrival story here http://bit.ly/2e0m8L6      

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Froggy and Makham Are on the Move

Two young rescued Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis) have moved onto the next stage of rehabilitation, after spending the past few months under the intensive care of the WFFT Vet Team. Froggy and Makham have moved to one of WFFT's Loris Rehabilitation cages in our forest area, both were orphaned…

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A Slow Loris electrocuted in Phetchaburi.

Earlier this week the Wildlife Hospital Vet Team at WFFT Centre received a phone call from the Phetchaburi Livestock Department about a Bengal Slow Loris who had been electrocuted. Luckily this was on the rescue teams way back and they were able to make a slight detour and pick up…

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2 Weak Lorises Arrive at WFFT

A few days ago two very weak and emaciated Sunda slow lorises (Nycticebus coucang) were brought into the WFFT Wildlife Hospital for urgent treatment by their owner. The lorises in question had been kept as pets for the last year after they were given to the lady by a family…

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2 Baby lorises Arrive at WFFT

This week a man brought two very young and weak infant Bengal slow lorises (Nycticebus bengalensis) into the WFFT Widlife Rescue Centre. He had heard about these animals being sold to Japanese tourists who had planned to illegally smuggle them to Japan and keep them as pets. They were purchased…

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