WFFT Highlights - January 2020
Did you know that the grooming behaviour in many primate species such as picking bugs, dirt, dead skin, and parasites, not only benefits their personal hygiene but also their social lives?
The Asiatic Black bear also known as the “Moon Bear” because of it’s V shaped, cream coloured patch on its chest that looks like a crescent moon.
This week the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre gave refuge to an exceptional soul. Although our primary goal is to rescue wildlife, we believe that every animal life matters.
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’.
This week we received a call from a family that wanted to find a new home for their pet, a 10-month-old Asian small-clawed otter (Amblonyx cinerea) named “Pun Pun".
Last week we highlighted 3 reasons why you should never take a selfie with a slow loris,t oday we want to show you one of many cases we have seen here at WFFT over the years.
Did you know Pythons have tiny spurs on their pelvis?
Christmas is approaching, are you searching for the perfect gift for your family or friends?
Did you know the Siamang is considered the largest and loudest member of the gibbon family?
WFFT Highlights - November 2019
Who remembers "Peter & Simon" the 3-legged bulls that WFFT rescued a few years ago? After we introduced them to each other back in 2017, they have formed a close bond and become brothers.
WFFT Highlights - October 2019
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.