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Palm Civets at CWRC
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Altricial Motives
When rescued and brought to CWRC, The civet kittens were yet to open their eyes and needed nutrition for survival. Photos: Dr. Panjit Basumatary/IFAW-WTI

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Boxed!
These civet kittens were brought to CWRC in a box and were found to be weak and needed nutrition and care. Photo: Dr. Panjit Basumatary/IFAW-WTI

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Milky Way
Soon after the civet kittens were brought to CWRC, the veterinarian took stock of the situation and suggested necessary nutrition which obviously included milk. Photo: Dr. Panjit Basumatary/IFAW-WTI

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Growing Up
Under the care of the CWRC team, the kittens soon recovered and were mostly at their playful best. Photo: Dr. Panjit Basumatary/IFAW-WTI

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Soaking the Sun
The civet kittens were exposed to indirect sunlight to ensure that they are warm and get used to natural surroundings. Photo: Dr. Panjit Basumatary/IFAW-WTI

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Fantastic Four
The civet kittens after spending time with the CWRC team were soon on the road to recovery and had become very naughty. Photo: Dr. Panjit Basumatary/IFAW-WTI

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Glitter in their Eyes
The civet kittens at CWRC showing great progress and ready for a wild release. Photo: Dr. Panjit Basumatary/IFAW-WTI

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Huddled Up
The civet kittens recovering at CWRC and ready for a life in the wild. Photo: Dr. Panjit Basumatary/IFAW-WTI

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Upside Down
Four common palm civets being hand raised at IFAW-WTI run CWRC are ready for the in-situ acclimatisation. Photo: Dr. Panjit Basumatary/IFAW-WTI

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