6-week-old otter pup ZooToby feeling alright again thanks to humans at Wildlife Reserves Singapore

Look at that face.

Belmont Lay | May 20, 2016 @ 04:37 pm

Thanks to a bunch of medically-trained humans at the Wildlife Reserves Singapore, six-week-old otter pup ZooToby is well again.

The wild otter pup was found alone and injured by itself without its family in sight on May 9.

When it was subsequently brought to the vet, it had abnormal movement and weakness in its left hind leg.

However, after nursing it back to health, it was released back into the wild again 10 days later to rejoin its Marina otter family.

Here is the video that Wildlife Reserves Singapore shared of ZooToby during its stay at the vet:

Here are photos of ZooToby back in the wild:

 

Related article:

Injured 6-week-old pup from Marina otter family rescued, nursed & re-introduced back to parents & siblings

 

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