All of the pangolins we care for have been rescued from the clutches of wildlife traffickers.
They’ve suffered so much – when they arrive at our door they’re often exhausted, dehydrated and carrying life-threatening injuries.

This was the case when a tiny baby pangolin came to us with her mother. Sadly, stress had caused the mother’s milk to dry up and our team had to make the tough decision to separate the baby from her mother to try and save her. We're hoping to release the mother soon, while the baby remains in our care.
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Affectionately called ‘Pangopup’ by our team, she was only a few weeks old, weighed just 400 grams and could fit in the palm of a hand. Pangopup needed milk every four hours for a few months, until she slowly learned to dig and find ants to eat for herself. 

Pangolins don’t usually do well under human care – as far as we know, Pangopup is the first infant pangolin to be hand-raised in Malawi. She is now doing well, growing steadily and has been moved to a safe location where she can be in a more natural foraging environment – albeit still under the watchful eye of our team. 

We desperately need your support to continue providing this round-the-clock care to pangolins and other wild animals in need.
£5 could pay for an infant pangolin to be bottle fed ten times.
£15 could buy a headlamp to help monitor a pangolin while it forages at night.
£25 could pay for a day of medication for a pangolin needing intensive care.
£50 could provide national park staff with critical supplies and equipment to care for pangolins.
£100 could buy a heat lamp to keep young or sick pangolins warm during critical rehabilitation.
£500 could cover food costs for all the animals at our sanctuary for a week.
With your help, we can make sure injured, orphaned and abused pangolins receive the care they need.

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Thank you for giving pangolins like Pangopup another chance at life in the wild, where they belong.
Dr. Amanda Salb
Head Veterinarian
P.S. This request is urgent, so please do not wait. 
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