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Jeng Jones The WFFT Menagerie

The WFFT recently got a call from the Kasetsart University In Hua Hin who wanted help with a young female Long Tailed Macaque that had been brought in for emergency surgery. Jeng, as she had been named, had been attacked by another macaque on the beach in Hua Hin. She…

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Portrait: Bandit. The Cute Fierce Little Critter!!!

In September 2005, a 10-month old female long-tailed macaque who was living on Khao Wang Mountain (otherwise known as Monkey Mountain) in Phetchaburi was rescued. The poor infant was suffering of congenital deformities - she was born without any legs, only one arm and a stump for her other arm.…

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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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Life of Bryan…

Yesterday morning some local people brought a very badly injured Burmese Python (Python Bivittatus) to the WFFT Wildlife Hospital for urgent veterinary treatment. The python in question was found by the side of a road with a huge laceration along his body, some of his organs were exposed. They caught…

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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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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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WFFT’s Project 4 Progress

Take a look at the progress at WFFT's Project 4. The rainy season has been aiding the growth of new grasses and trees. The herd of 7 elephants that currently live here spend their days roaming this vast space. We are seeing a huge increase in the amount of wild…

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Veterinary Ophthalmologist makes a special visit to WFFT

Over the last week Dr. Claudia Hartley, the Head of Ophthalmology at the Bristol Veterinary School has been working with the WFFT Vet Team. Claudia is specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology and has kindly shared some of her exceptional knowledge and experience with our team. We have been examining the eyes…

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Kermit, Toady and Makhin are on the Move!!!

Take a look at how well these 3 orphan Bengal slow loris are doing. After spending a few months being hand reared by the WFFT Vet Team they are now on their way to the WFFT Loris Rehabilitation Forest. What's next for these guys? We hope that the future they…

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Orphaned Monkey ‘Jao Khun’ Arrives

Yesterday we welcomed a very young male long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) to the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre. A few days ago we got a telephone call from someone who had been keeping him as a pet for 3 weeks after finding him in the Sireerukachart Botanical Garden, in Nakhon Pathom…

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What’s that…? A Monkey in a Classroom…?

Yesterday we were called out to a monkey in urgent need of help. A wild adult male long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) had found refuge in a classroom of primary school after being electrocuted on exposed power lines. The school called us for help so the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Team headed…

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