Happy Saturday! We're excited to announce our results, so far we have raised $7165.09!! WFFT would like to say thank you for your donations to help us raise funds for the new animal habitats.
The Asian forest tortoise is considered the largest tortoise in Asia, and the 4th largest in the world.
Our staff built the otters a raft for an enrichment! Check out their interesting responses!
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.
Did you know that tiger stripes are unique and different in each tiger just like human figerprints ?
WFFT Highlights - October 2019
A few days ago a family brought juvenile long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) named “Jaiboon” to WFFT so we could help with her rehabilitation.
Oh hello there, are you looking for a life changing experience away from home?
Who remembers Thor, the infant long-tailed Macaque that was hit by a car?
Check out the fundraising update this week! Once again, WFFT would like to say huge thank you to everyone who has helped us raise funds for the new animal habitat fundraising appeal, so far this week we have raised $188.
The pangolin is the only mammal species that has protective scales covering its body.
Tuesday night, the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Team received a call. A baby long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) was hit by a car with serious injuries.
This week the WFFT Rescue Centre welcomed three new residents. An infant Asian Palm Civet and two Asian Small-clawed Otters.
Did you know that sun bears have a nickname? Because of their love for honey, they are also called "honey bears".
We need a home!! We have had numerous kittens and puppies dumped in the road outside our gates. Currently, they are being quarantined in our hospital. We can provide you with free vaccinations and de-sexing.
Plans to protect elephants should focus on protecting habitat, curbing conflict with humans and proper punishment of poachers. Rangers at Khao Yai National Park in central Thailand heard the trumpeting of distressed elephants several hours before dawn on Saturday October 5.