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WFFT requests DNA checks on confiscated animals NOW!

WFFT wants DNA checks on confiscated animals NOW! On February 27th 2012 the Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand asked in an official letter for the urgent return of 16 wild animals that were born at the WFFT wildlife rescue center before June 2006, but were however confiscated by the Department of…

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Melee over wildlife issue gathers steam / WFFT replies!

Melee over wildlife issue gathers steam Bangkokpost 22-03-2012 (under the article Edwin replies to the untruths and accusations) UPDATE: My reply printed in the Bangkok post on Friday 23-03-2012 http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/285571/wildlife-foundation-head-sets-the-record-straight The National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department yesterday threatened to sue a wildlife foundation’s founder over alleged defamatory remarks…

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A message from our WFFT supporters!

A lot of supporters of WFFT from all over the world have send in their short video messages to demand a quick return of the rescued animals to the wildlife rescue center of the WFFT. [vsw id="zXPNyYMHElU" source="youtube" width="425" height="344" autoplay="no"] The fight for justice and animal rights have just…

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Protest at Thai embassy London in support of WFFT

On 2 March 2012, roughly 30 WFFT volunteers, and other WFFT supporters from around the United Kingdom and other nations, gathered outside the Thai Embassy in London to show their support for WFFT and protest the forceful wildlife raids by DNP. The protestors legally demonstrated in front of The Embassy.…

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Day 5 DNP Raid

Today, Friday the 17th of Feb we have had more trucks come than ever with the intention to take more animals. Edwin explains the situation in english but before he did that he said it in thai to all the Thai Officials. Helpless WFFT staff & volunteers stand and watch…

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Cats rescued from forest fires!

Every year forests are being burnt by people in the dry season to clear pars of these forests and to collect young leafs also called “phak Whaan” that can sell up to 200 baht a kilo. We estimate that many wild animals get hurt and killed due to these fires…

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Chinese Serow rescue

A Chinese Serow (Capricornis Milneedwardski) was found wandering on a forest trail in Kaengkrachan National park by forest rangers. The Serow, a highly endangered and under Thai law reserved species is under normal circumstances a very shy animal and would run for cover anytime it spots humans. This animal however…

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