One of the little cuties brought is a 6 week old baby Civet which arrived on the 23rd January.
She is the cutest thing and weighs 650grams. The reason for her coming in to us is a little sad. Before she arrived we had severe storms that we have never experienced in this area before causing much damage. We had between 436 – 600mls in the area in 48 hours!! Rivers were overflowing and areas that were previously free of flowing water were now covered. We believe this excess water caused the mother to possibly have been washed away. Luckily „Civey” as she is now named was found by the locals and brought in to us.
She is bottle fed 6 times a day with the last feed at 12pm!!! When she arrived she was a little feisty but has already tamed down She is still a little nervous around a lot of people and of course loud noises but given time she will be more than comfortable. Right now she is cared for by the one of the staff members and a student Clare.
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