Slow lorises might look cute and harmless, but actually they are the only known venomous primate in the world!!
Asian golden cats are known in Thailand and Myanmar as ‘fire cats’.
Did you know Pythons have tiny spurs on their pelvis?
Did you know the dusky leaf monkeys are born with golden-orange fur and pink skin?
Last week, we welcomed a rather rare patient, "Ozzi" the osprey (Pandion haliaetus) who had been found on the ground in a pineapple farm in Phetchaburi.
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.
Our staff built the otters a raft for an enrichment! Check out their interesting responses!
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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.
We are getting closer to our target! WFFT would like to say huge thank you to everyone who has helped us raise $6581 for the new animal habitat urgent fundraising, but we still have a long way to go.
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.
After spending many years in captivity two Large Bamboo Rat’s (Rhizomys sumatrensis) were handed over to WFFT a few days ago. We have named them Stuart and Little.
This project will be focused on giving refuge to cat species not found in Thailand and tigers from circuses in Europe, in collaboration with Stichting Leeuw in The Netherlands.
This week a family travelled from Bangkok to WFFT with a very young Common Squirrel monkey (Saimiri.) named ‘France’.
Early this week we received a call from a family that wanted to find a new home for their pets, two Asian small-clawed otters (Amblonyx cinerea) named Thung Ngern and Thung Thong. Early yesterday morning these lucky otters arrived at their new home.
The Asian small-clawed otter is the smallest of the 13 species of otter; with a body length around 45-61cm, weighing less than 3kg. The name comes from their tiny claws.