Thank you for your generous contribution towards Bandit's care. Our cheeky little chap is doing extremely well and we love him very much.
Bandit has a lovely temperament and has become something of an ambassador here at DAKTARI, allowing the children to hold and stroke him. This kind of interaction is one of the best ways for the children to develop an appreciation and compassion for animals, so we are very lucky to have such a sweet-natured mongoose.
He has also started a little romance with his female room-mate Munchin - who knows, we might even have some baby Bandits in the future!!
But the really good news is that Bandit now has his very own monthly sponsor who will be providing funds for his care on an ongoing basis. He secured this deal by giving her a French-kiss when she visited us a couple of months ago (hopefully Munchkin didn't notice!) and she fell in love with him.
Once again, we would like to thank you for your kindness and consideration towards Bandit and to DAKTARI.
Have a lovely day! :)
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