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Last week young bears Ben-Ben and Kai were introduced to each other and they have so much fun together:-)
Both bears were confiscated from a trader together with a lot of other animals. Ben-Ben in February 2015 and Kai in November 2015.
Before the introduction we housed Kai in the smaller part of Ben-Ben’s cages, in this way they could get used to each other without physical contact. And from the beginning the contact was very positive, so after a few days it was the big


Thanks for the donation!

Many thanks to Rheza Maulana for the donation of the stuffed animals, blankets and warm water bottles for our joung animals. Baby gibbon Chanee is very happily hugging, playing and sleeping with these stuffed animals. Want to help to? Please let us know!

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New enclosures are coming up! Want to help aswell?

21 April 2016 – Fluf is one of the many illegaly traded Slowlorrises, and currently in the outside enclosure. There is good news: More enclosures will be build later this year. Do you want to help build these needed enclosures for other animals in Cikananga? Please let us know or donate: It makes a great difference for the rehabilitation and the future for these vulnerable animals.











Release of Eagle Bullit

7 April 2016 – Great news from the Wanicare / Cikananga Raptor Release Project:

The Changeable Hawk-eagle “Bullet” arrived in February 2015 at Cikananga Wildlife Rescue Center and during the medical check upon arrival a bullet was found in his leg.
After recovery it became clear that Bullet did not lose any survival or flight skills that an adult wild eagle should have. He passed every stage in rehabilitation very quickly and today we had the honour to see Bullet soar free once again! A short movie of his first flight will follow soon!

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Photo update baby Gibbon Chanee

20 march 2016 – When baby Gibbon Chanee arrived he was very vulnerable after being a victim of illegal trade. It takes a lot of time and attention, but she is growing steadily!

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Slowlorises moved into new enclosure

13 January 2016 – Today twelve Slow Lorises were moved into the recently finished new large semi natural enclosures at Cikananga. Photos shortly taken after confiscation show that these individuals were kept in horrifying conditions and we were shocked when the approximately 80 individuals arrived in 2013 at Cikananga. Therefore the Cikananga team is very happy that all slow lorises can now be moved outside, and this would not have been possible without the amazing dedication of Nadia LorisLove who collected the funds to finish these cages!


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Ex-dancing leave Cikananga for freedom!

5 January 2016 – A great day for 33 ex-dancing Macaques that once lived on the streets of Jakarta. After a long period of rehabilitation in Cikananga Jakarta Animal Aid Network (JAAN) bring them back to safe forests in West Java In cooperation with the Forestry Departement where the monkeys will be able to finally enjoy their freedom again.

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Medical supplies donated

15 December 2015 – Medical supplies were donated by a pharmacy and vet on Reunion Island. It was brought here by Sophie and Danielle about a week ago. And it turns out that this delivery came at a perfect moment because the antibiotics donated are already in use to treat one of the turtles at Cikananga. Many thanks for this amazing donation!

Are you also interested in helping out and want to make a difference for the animals at Cikananga? Have a look at the wish list Other ways to help and let us know when you can help.

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