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Project Description

Pun

Age: 25+
Arrival at WFFT: 24th July 2015 from a trekking camp in Kanchanaburi
Working History: Trekking
Mother and daughter were rescued after a very generous donation by Joan and her friends (again!).We were informed by an elephant camp that mother and baby would soon be separated from each other as the baby was “for sale”, and as the baby “Princess” was only 8 months old, it was unacceptable for Joan and her Sydney group of friends to let this happen. A very generous donation towards the rescue was made and we decided to move both elephants, mother and daughter, to the WFFT elephant refuge. Little Pin will now never know the life of a working elephant, and never be separated from her mother like her siblings.
Temperament: Pun is very protective, Pin is curious about everything
Distinguishing physical features :

  • Pun is very tall
  • Pun has many pink markings on her ears and trunk
  • Still young, so not as sunken head like other elephants at EREC
  • Pin- our only baby! Can’t mistake her.

Characteristics: The bond between mother and calf is obvious. They are never more than a few meters away from each other. Pin is slowly becoming more confident, and is walking further way from mum to explore little parts of the enclosure before running back under mums belly.

Adopt Pun today: Help us to finance the ongoing care for Pun by making a donation. Adoption donations are safe, secure and tax deductible through Paypal.

Pun’s Story

June 2019

Special Visitors – Joan Pearson and Friends

By |June 11th, 2019|

(Scroll down for English) สัปดาห์ที่ผ่านมาเราได้ยินดีตอนรับ คุณโจนส์ เพียร์สัน และกลุ่มเพื่อนๆ จากออสเตเรีย ผู้สนับสนุนการช่วยช้างหลายๆเชือกมาอย่างยาวนานที่ให้เกียรติมาเยี่ยมเยียนมูลนิธิอีกครั้ง !! WFFT Elephant Refuge จะเดินมาถึงจุดนี้ไม่ได้เลยถ้าขาดความเอื้อเฟื้อเเละการระดมทุนจาก คุณโจนส์ เพียร์สัน และกลุ่มเพื่อนๆ นอกจากการมาเยี่ยมเยียนในครั้งนี้เเล้วคุณโจนส์เเละเพื่อนๆยังใจดีซื้อผักเเละผลไม้หลากหลายชนิดจากตลาดเกษตรกรท้องถิ่นเเละช่วยกันเตรียมกับเหล่าอาสาสมัครเเละเจ้าหน้าที่ WFFT สำหรับสัตว์ที่มูลนิธิ Help Us Help More Visit > Volunteer > Donate www.wfft.org Last week we were [...]

February 2019

Fruit Pops

By |February 24th, 2019|

It may be winter where you are but it is hot and dry as ever at WFFT! Volunteers made fruit popsicle enrichments for our midland elephants to enjoy and cool down with. They were hung [...]

December 2018

November 2018

Harvest!

By |November 21st, 2018|

Harvest is an iconic part of the elephant volunteer experience! It's hard work but also very appeeling. Take a look at some of the imaginative ways we deconstruct banana trees to enrich our elephants' lives. [...]

October 2018

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November 2016

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November 2015

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