Field Day 13: She is why our work matters. [PHOTOS]
Meet May. She’s Ruj’s (Namfon’s research assistant on the Fishing Cat Research and Conservation Project) daughter. May is smart, beautiful and she loves fishing cats. She is holding a photo of “Rip Ear.” Rip Ear is tough. He’s also smart, and he sure knows how to strike a pose.
May’s friends also love fishing cats. And their parents are starting to like fishing cats. At least that’s part of the idea. All in all, youth from May-size up to high school are helping with Namfon’s research and giving fishing cats a fighting chance here in Sam Roi Yod, Thailand.
I’m proud to call May my friend. I think she wants more of you to be friends with fishing cats. Don’t you think she’s on to something?