Posted by catinwater on June 27, 2013 · 3 Comments
After a long journey, Namfon and I arrived in Sam Roi Yod last night. Our mission this time, collar a fishing cat and find out where it’s going.
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Great to see you back there!
Keep up the good work.
Happy you got there and ongoing with project. Good luck collaring cats! Keep photos and info coming. Dot
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Sushi the fishing cat at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Washington. (Photo/Karen Povey, Cloudedleopard.org)
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