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Thailand’s wildlife department has launched a campaign called “Foster Parents” for people to donate money to feed rescued wild animals. This news comes as the department is having a tough time feeding thousands of wild animals on a tight budget. While the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation used to receive 80 million baht each year to care for animals, this year, the funding wildly plummeted to 30 million baht due to a government cut. Now, the department is supposed to use that 30 million baht to feed about 26,000 rescued animals. A director-general of the department, Ratchada […]

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8 minutes ago, Prosaap said:

Like everything else they want somebody else to pay why not ask donations for new roads beggers

Good point. A gazillion baht is spent on buying subs without motors, an aircraft carrier that can’t even enter the docks are just 2 examples of waste. Thailand has the 25th highest GDP in the world and perpetually has the begging bowl out. Spend some of the proposed 300 baht tourist tax to improve the lives of these animals. 

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