Slow loris seemed like it’d never climb again. But with some proper TLC, it’s back!

Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT) recorded this video story of Chin, a young male Bengal slow loris.

Chin had been captive for four months, but his “owners” saw him losing his ability to climb, and even move around.

They brought him to the WFFT vet team for treatment, and staff found the slow loris to be suffering from a metabolic bone disease.

Chin was scheduled for daily physiotherapy sessions and fed a proper diet.

In light of the slow loris’s vulnerability to being endangered, WFFT wanted to drive one point home—“Keep Wildlife Wild and Not as Pets!!!”

Check out Chin’s transformation in the video; he’s looking much better.

Let’s hope he can enjoy a better life now.

Video Credit: Facebook | Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand

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