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Dog Attack Muntjac Rescued

A few days ago an injured Southern red muntjac (Muntiacus muntjak curvostylis) was brought into to the WFFT Wildliife Hospital for urgent treatment after being attacked by a domestic dog. He had sustained numerous deep bite wounds, the vet team cleaned the wounds and stitched them up. The IUCN Red…

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Rescued Macaque ‘Joe’ Update

We have been overwhelmed with praise and support concerning the very special elderly Assamese macaque (Macaca assamensis) ‘Joe’, he was rescued 2 weeks ago from the deplorable conditions where he had spent 25 years of his life. Each day he is becoming more and more confident, trying more new exciting…

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Rescued Wild Pig Surgery

Last week we rescued a family of wild pigs from central Bangkok. The adult female pig who has now been named ‘Bussaba’ which means flower in English, she had numerous injuries which required veterinary treatment, so the day after her arrival the WFFT Vet Team sedated her and treated her…

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STOP THE KILLING OF PROTECTED WILD ANIMALS FOR TOURISM!

  Prime minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha STOP THE KILLING AND EXPLOITATION OF WILD ANIMALS FOR TOURISM!   Dear Prime-minister of Thailand, for over 20 years now we have witnessed the illegal killing and exploitation of endangered and protected wild animals for tourism. Every day criminals are taking young wild animals…

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BREAKING NEWS!!!!!

First 5 tigers have been removed from the tiger temple by Thai authorities overnight. The expoitation, illegal trade and torture is going to stop. ADDED 5 hours after our first post: An organisation in Australia is claiming we breached a "media blackout" by posting a tweet this morning on the…

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Finally free after ten years in chains….

Yesterday we received a call about a macaque in need of help, so this morning the WFFT Rescue Team headed out to assess the situation. The macaque in question is 'Mam', a 10-year-old adult female long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis), most likely caught from the wild as an infant to be…

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3 Slow Loris and a baby Common Palm Civet Rescued

Three adult Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis) and a common palm civet kitten (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) have been brought into the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre. The lady who brought them to WFFT had found them being kept by friends after being purchased via Facebook, she informed her friends about the work…

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WFFT New Otter Complex

  We are almost half way through the construction of the new WFFT Otter Complex. We are creating a large open field enclosure on the 'Mid Lands' area of the WFFT Rescue Centre. The new enclosure will have two large pools, waterfalls, streams and specially constructed burrows and dens to…

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Ivory openly for sale in Phuket

Our WFFT founder Edwin Wiek is currently in Phuket and has visited a few jewelry shops and outlets and found that ivory is openly sold to foreign tourists, especially Chinese citizens. This is contrary to Thailand's promise to stop the illegal ivory trade, and shows once again that a "legal"…

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