Our veterinarians were busy as usual, and they were still doing a great job. During June, all residents have been treated with deworming medication to ensure their general quality of health. For the newly arrived (like the Sunda pangolin), all have been processed properly, including a health check and monitoring in quarantine area.
There were a few concerning cases, such as a male Chinese pangolin with symptoms of anorexia, melena (dark, sticky stool), gastrointestinal bleeding. He was moved to vet room for intensive care. This individual has been under treatment and is recovering well.
For a pre-released leopard cat and a masked palm civet, a health check was performed covering physical, blood and fecal examination; they were also given Rabies vaccinated for Rabies together with microchips.