Lily was brought into IAR's primate centre in Java, Indonesia in November 2013.
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“Tickling is TORTURE” campaign enlists celebrity support to save endangered primates from the pet trade
International Animal Rescue is today launching a celebrity-backed campaign to expose the cruelty involved in keeping slow lorises as pets.
International Animal Rescue’s “Tickling is TORTURE” campaign reveals the truth behind keeping these...Read the full article »
Lily is still on the shortlist as a potential release candidate but for now he is still with us in the centre.Lily's recent high fibre diet has successfuly got his weight under control. Luckily for him it means he is back to eating his favourite foods; boiled sweet potato, pumpkin and insects. Like...Read the full blog post »
Lily is still getting along well with his new roommate Juraj. Currently their enclosure is being renovated, so for the time being they have been moved to another rehabilitation enclosure near the centre of the facility.It took a little time for Lily and Juraj to adapt to their new surroundings but...Read the full blog post »
When Lily was rescued in November 2013 along with more than 230 other slow lorises, she was in good health and her canine teeth appeared to be intact. Unfortunately this was not the case for many of her friends, who had had their teeth painfully clipped by pet traders in order to make them easier...Read the full blog post »