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ROLLY THE mother

SAVE THE MOST ILLEGALLY TRAFFICKED MAMMAL IN THE WORLD!

about Rolly

Rolly was poached by a snares trap, transported to a van with five other pangolins, and stuffed inside a box. She was rescued and brought to the Pu Mat Rescue Center for treatment in late August 2020. Her health gradually improved, but her necrotic leg got worse. The vet took her to Cuc Phuong to have her hind leg amputate. They discovered she was pregnant during an examination of the incision and an ultrasound. Chie was born four months later, on the third day of Jan 2021.

In June 2021, Rolly and her baby were transferred to the semi-wild area for training and assessment of being released back into the wild. That’s when we knew she had difficulties moving and climbing in search of food. She couldn’t be released back to the wild with her daughter in Feb 2022. Our animal keepers often call her Chie’s mother. She is very shy and loves sleeping on straw mattress.

ADOPT ROLLY

WITH ONLY A YEARLY $50, YOUR SYMBOLIC ADOPTION SUPPORTS SVW REHABILITATION EFFORTS FOR ROLLY AND OTHER RESCUED PANGOLINS

Adopt Rolly

$ 50
 
Personal Info

Info on certificate

Donation Total: $50 Yearly

NEW ADOPTION

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HB

Huy Bui Cong

$52 11 May, 2022
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AG

Amy Greenwood

$52 25 April, 2022
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Anonymous

$52 11 April, 2022

HOW YOUR ADOPTION HELPS?​

Releasing rescued animals doesn’t happen overnight, and unfortunately our educational animals aren’t ever going to be released due to the injuries they have suffered as victims of the illegal wildlife trade. 

With your symbolic adoption, you will support us to provide excellent care for not only Polly and permanent residents at our place, but also other rescued pangolins in quarantine waiting to be released. This can include:

Fresh food

Veterinary Supplies

Enclosure Maintenance

Environmental Enrichment

YOU'LL GET AN ADOPTION PACKAGE
& LOTS OF LOVE FROM ROLLY

Certificate

a PDF certificate with your name on it, that you are now officially a VIP in Rolly's life.

SVW Animal Photo Book

Stories about rescued animals at SVW center that can't be released back to the wild.

Factsheet

Factsheet about the amazing pangolins.

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