On January 9, 2020, our wildlife police unit rescued 466 lesser whistling ducks with clipped wings, 56 long tailed macaques, 3 common palm civets, and 2 water snakes from a wildlife trafficker in Kompong Thom Province, Cambodia. While a few animals were suitable for immediate release back into the wild, the vast majority will need to be cared for at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center until they recover or grow old enough to be released back into their natural habitat.
Caring for and rehabilitating these 500+ animals will cost an additional $1,000 per month until are able to be released. Most of the ducks have clipped wings that will take time to regrow and the majority of the monkeys are not old enough to care for themselves in the wild. We are raising funds on GlobalGiving to cover the additional financial strain caring for these animals will cost. Your support will provide food, housing, enrichment, and medical treatment for these animal on their journey to a life in the wild.
Release Dana and Lola back to their troupes will save you money , why not take the bates to each troupe and let mom find her baby they know their voice. I’m sure you can
I agree with Pam Barnes. You know where some of these monkeys groups are please release them back!!!!! Lola will call for her mother and you know she will come for her. Just be patient please release them and any others to there troops they belong to
I would truly like to thank you for all that you do for these animals!
maybe you could make money with videos showing the care you provide and rehabilitation of the animals. this would bring more awareness of your mission and raise additional donations.
again, I appreciate you and all that you are doing for these animals, thank you! you will be blessed!
Thank you everyone for all of your very hard work and dedication to the rescue of these beautiful animals.
I understand why you object but if you let a couple of decent vos film your animals it could bring in a lot of cash that could help with expenses.
It’s really sad these crazy ladies are practically demanding you return Lola to her troop. They are the reason she’s not being returned. Her life being exploited is done. No more for that poor baby who has been through so much in her young life. Thank you for taking care of Lola and the others confiscated with her. You guys are a godsend to many animals! Also, for those requesting WLA to allow videoing of the monkeys, that would go against everything they stand for. They save monkeys from the exploitation so why would they do it themselves? While it sounds like a good idea, it’s not. The viewers are crazy and are the cause of all of the pain, suffering, death and injuries of the monkeys at Angkor Wat. The things I see in the comments just floor me sometimes. And VO’s will do whatever the people want. It’s truly a sad cycle.
I agree with you hence the best comment seen here. These crazy ladies as you mentioned should think about donating to the foundation instead of begging and making all sorts of advice and comments that will get these animals nowhere but safe. My opinion and mine alone.