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POLLY THE PANGOLIN

HELP SAVE THE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED PANGOLIN:
THE MOST ILLEGALLY TRAFFICKED MAMMAL IN THE WORLD!

about polly

Polly came to the Save Vietnam’s Wildlife Rescue Center in August 2017. We don’t know much about her background, she was given to us by another rescue center and had been there for a while. Looking after pangolins isn’t easy and they wanted the best life for her, so they agreed to move her to us. When Polly arrived, she was a very shy little pangolin. During our first veterinary check, we discovered that she was missing a leg! It was hard to examine her, as she was so scared of us that she kept herself tightly rolled up into a ball. Her scars healed, but Polly can never be returned to the wild again. She now lives in a naturalistic enclosure, with lots of branches (she can still carefully climb!), a deep layer of soil to dig in and lots of hollow tree logs to snuggle up in.

When you symbolically adopt Polly for one year, you are helping to save the pangolin – the most illegally trafficked mammal in the world. 

WITH ONLY A YEARLY $50

YOUR SYMBOLIC ADOPTION SUPPORTS SVW REHABILITATION EFFORTS FOR POLLY AND OTHER RESCUED PANGOLINS

Adopt Polly

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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 POLLY

Certificate

a PDF certificate with your name on it, that you are now officially a VIP in Polly'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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