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The Cutest Slow Loris Ever!!!!!

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  1. i agree %100 with the idea that animals shouldn’t be domesticated. the only reason we have domesticated dogs is because our ancestors created them from wolves. i love dogs (all animals to be precise) but what’s this? with dogs wearing clothing and being carried in a purse?

  2. i agree %100 with the idea that animals shouldn’t be domesticated. the only reason we have domesticated dogs is because our ancestors created them from wolves. i love dogs (all animals to be precise) but what’s this? with dogs wearing clothing and being carried in a purse?

  3. i agree %100 with the idea that animals shouldn’t be domesticated. the only reason we have domesticated dogs is because our ancestors created them from wolves. i love dogs (all animals to be precise) but what’s this? with dogs wearing clothing and being carried in a purse?

  4. i agree %100 with the idea that animals shouldn’t be domesticated. the only reason we have domesticated dogs is because our ancestors created them from wolves. i love dogs (all animals to be precise) but what’s this? with dogs wearing clothing and being carried in a purse?

  5. Well, if you look at most of the comments it’s clear NO ONE reads the description of the video. The more people comment regarding the awful plight of these animals the better. These animals are fast become extinct, largely because of the pet trade. They don’t do well in captivity, often dying, rarely breeding, and the pet trade causes untold suffering: teeth pulled out with wire cutters, suffocation during smuggling and so on.

  6. Well, if you look at most of the comments it’s clear NO ONE reads the description of the video. The more people comment regarding the awful plight of these animals the better. These animals are fast become extinct, largely because of the pet trade. They don’t do well in captivity, often dying, rarely breeding, and the pet trade causes untold suffering: teeth pulled out with wire cutters, suffocation during smuggling and so on.

  7. Well, if you look at most of the comments it’s clear NO ONE reads the description of the video. The more people comment regarding the awful plight of these animals the better. These animals are fast become extinct, largely because of the pet trade. They don’t do well in captivity, often dying, rarely breeding, and the pet trade causes untold suffering: teeth pulled out with wire cutters, suffocation during smuggling and so on.

  8. Well, if you look at most of the comments it’s clear NO ONE reads the description of the video. The more people comment regarding the awful plight of these animals the better. These animals are fast become extinct, largely because of the pet trade. They don’t do well in captivity, often dying, rarely breeding, and the pet trade causes untold suffering: teeth pulled out with wire cutters, suffocation during smuggling and so on.

  9. Well, if you look at most of the comments it’s clear NO ONE reads the description of the video. The more people comment regarding the awful plight of these animals the better. These animals are fast become extinct, largely because of the pet trade. They don’t do well in captivity, often dying, rarely breeding, and the pet trade causes untold suffering: teeth pulled out with wire cutters, suffocation during smuggling and so on.

  10. If you do so you are not only breaking the law and contributing to the suffering and extinction of the species, but probably will have a dead loris on your hands. They do not do well in captivity, even in the best circumstances, often dying, rarely breeding. And, they stink. They mark territory everywhere, and spread a toxin on their fur that comes from a gland in their elbows, and need to live in darkness. Truly not pet material. Get a cat or a dog.

  11. If you do so you are not only breaking the law and contributing to the suffering and extinction of the species, but probably will have a dead loris on your hands. They do not do well in captivity, even in the best circumstances, often dying, rarely breeding. And, they stink. They mark territory everywhere, and spread a toxin on their fur that comes from a gland in their elbows, and need to live in darkness. Truly not pet material. Get a cat or a dog.

  12. If you do so you are not only breaking the law and contributing to the suffering and extinction of the species, but probably will have a dead loris on your hands. They do not do well in captivity, even in the best circumstances, often dying, rarely breeding. And, they stink. They mark territory everywhere, and spread a toxin on their fur that comes from a gland in their elbows, and need to live in darkness. Truly not pet material. Get a cat or a dog.

  13. If you do so you are not only breaking the law and contributing to the suffering and extinction of the species, but probably will have a dead loris on your hands. They do not do well in captivity, even in the best circumstances, often dying, rarely breeding. And, they stink. They mark territory everywhere, and spread a toxin on their fur that comes from a gland in their elbows, and need to live in darkness. Truly not pet material. Get a cat or a dog.

  14. If you do so you are not only breaking the law and contributing to the suffering and extinction of the species, but probably will have a dead loris on your hands. They do not do well in captivity, even in the best circumstances, often dying, rarely breeding. And, they stink. They mark territory everywhere, and spread a toxin on their fur that comes from a gland in their elbows, and need to live in darkness. Truly not pet material. Get a cat or a dog.

  15. Sadly no. This is is a pet loris owned by someone in Japan. If you go to the Japanese section on slow lorises you will see hundreds kept as pets. They are very popular there, especially as handbag pets. They disregard the law and continually smuggle them in, even though the pet trade is slowly killing them all off. They don’t do well in captivity, even in the best zoos, often dying, rarely breeding. Watch ‚tickling slow loris – the truth‘ here on YT.

  16. Sadly no. This is is a pet loris owned by someone in Japan. If you go to the Japanese section on slow lorises you will see hundreds kept as pets. They are very popular there, especially as handbag pets. They disregard the law and continually smuggle them in, even though the pet trade is slowly killing them all off. They don’t do well in captivity, even in the best zoos, often dying, rarely breeding. Watch ‚tickling slow loris – the truth‘ here on YT.

  17. Sadly no. This is is a pet loris owned by someone in Japan. If you go to the Japanese section on slow lorises you will see hundreds kept as pets. They are very popular there, especially as handbag pets. They disregard the law and continually smuggle them in, even though the pet trade is slowly killing them all off. They don’t do well in captivity, even in the best zoos, often dying, rarely breeding. Watch ‚tickling slow loris – the truth‘ here on YT.

  18. Sadly no. This is is a pet loris owned by someone in Japan. If you go to the Japanese section on slow lorises you will see hundreds kept as pets. They are very popular there, especially as handbag pets. They disregard the law and continually smuggle them in, even though the pet trade is slowly killing them all off. They don’t do well in captivity, even in the best zoos, often dying, rarely breeding. Watch ‚tickling slow loris – the truth‘ here on YT.

  19. Sadly no. This is is a pet loris owned by someone in Japan. If you go to the Japanese section on slow lorises you will see hundreds kept as pets. They are very popular there, especially as handbag pets. They disregard the law and continually smuggle them in, even though the pet trade is slowly killing them all off. They don’t do well in captivity, even in the best zoos, often dying, rarely breeding. Watch ‚tickling slow loris – the truth‘ here on YT.

  20. @DansarJensen

    I am amazed that I totally ignored the video description. The notion that a selfish desire to own something cute is actually endangering a species’ survival — is absolutely obscene. It sums up something disgusting in the human race (and particularly in Japanese culture).

  21. @DansarJensen

    I am amazed that I totally ignored the video description. The notion that a selfish desire to own something cute is actually endangering a species‘ survival — is absolutely obscene. It sums up something disgusting in the human race (and particularly in Japanese culture).

  22. @DansarJensen

    I am amazed that I totally ignored the video description. The notion that a selfish desire to own something cute is actually endangering a species‘ survival — is absolutely obscene. It sums up something disgusting in the human race (and particularly in Japanese culture).

  23. @DansarJensen

    I am amazed that I totally ignored the video description. The notion that a selfish desire to own something cute is actually endangering a species‘ survival — is absolutely obscene. It sums up something disgusting in the human race (and particularly in Japanese culture).

  24. @DansarJensen

    I am amazed that I totally ignored the video description. The notion that a selfish desire to own something cute is actually endangering a species‘ survival — is absolutely obscene. It sums up something disgusting in the human race (and particularly in Japanese culture).

  25. @DansarJensen

    I am amazed that I totally ignored the video description. The notion that a selfish desire to own something cute is actually endangering a species‘ survival — is absolutely obscene. It sums up something disgusting in the human race (and particularly in Japanese culture).

  26. The slow loris holding the umbrella is a different loris. That one has a head wound & displays severe stress. These animals suffer terribly in captivity: they’re nocturnal, the bright lights damage their eyes, & they often die in captivity. This one is obese – & slow lorises become stressed if unable to cling to branches continually.For the pet trade their teeth are cut with wire cutters or pulled out with pliers, no anesthetic. Please watch „Tickling slow loris – the truth“ to find out more.

  27. The slow loris holding the umbrella is a different loris. That one has a head wound & displays severe stress. These animals suffer terribly in captivity: they’re nocturnal, the bright lights damage their eyes, & they often die in captivity. This one is obese – & slow lorises become stressed if unable to cling to branches continually.For the pet trade their teeth are cut with wire cutters or pulled out with pliers, no anesthetic. Please watch „Tickling slow loris – the truth“ to find out more.

  28. The slow loris holding the umbrella is a different loris. That one has a head wound & displays severe stress. These animals suffer terribly in captivity: they’re nocturnal, the bright lights damage their eyes, & they often die in captivity. This one is obese – & slow lorises become stressed if unable to cling to branches continually.For the pet trade their teeth are cut with wire cutters or pulled out with pliers, no anesthetic. Please watch „Tickling slow loris – the truth“ to find out more.

  29. The slow loris holding the umbrella is a different loris. That one has a head wound & displays severe stress. These animals suffer terribly in captivity: they’re nocturnal, the bright lights damage their eyes, & they often die in captivity. This one is obese – & slow lorises become stressed if unable to cling to branches continually.For the pet trade their teeth are cut with wire cutters or pulled out with pliers, no anesthetic. Please watch „Tickling slow loris – the truth“ to find out more.

  30. The slow loris holding the umbrella is a different loris. That one has a head wound & displays severe stress. These animals suffer terribly in captivity: they’re nocturnal, the bright lights damage their eyes, & they often die in captivity. This one is obese – & slow lorises become stressed if unable to cling to branches continually.For the pet trade their teeth are cut with wire cutters or pulled out with pliers, no anesthetic. Please watch „Tickling slow loris – the truth“ to find out more.

  31. The slow loris holding the umbrella is a different loris. That one has a head wound & displays severe stress. These animals suffer terribly in captivity: they’re nocturnal, the bright lights damage their eyes, & they often die in captivity. This one is obese – & slow lorises become stressed if unable to cling to branches continually.For the pet trade their teeth are cut with wire cutters or pulled out with pliers, no anesthetic. Please watch „Tickling slow loris – the truth“ to find out more.

  32. „They are not made to be pets, they are animals that should be let to live in their natural environment.“ – so are dogs, cats and any other animals for that matter. Every „pet“ is animal cruelty.

  33. This is horrific 🙁 HORRIFIC! Please educate each other! Tag every one of these videos with Slow loris in them so that people learn. Slow Loris are one of many animals that should never be domesticated however this PARTICULAR animal will usually die when kept in captivity. Their suffering is long and harsh. THere is only ONE place for a SLOW LORIS and that is with its family… in the forest it was born in 🙁 HORRIBLE DO NOT DESTROY another one of these endangered pets… leave them alone! 🙁

  34. I’m in Indonesia and never have heard of this cute animal. Guess they are found in Sunda area and further up. Man, looking at this video makes me wanna study science and preserved the nature.

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