"For now, the stronger of the two lorises is doing well, the weaker one is still not eating but is receiving round-the-clock care from the WFFT vet team," the rescue wrote.
Beyond hoping to save these two little lives, the team also hopes that Phet and Reang's plight will help people realize just how much suffering slow lorises kept as pets can go through. "Is this stark reality enough to kill any urge of wanting to keep a loris as a pet?" WFFT wrote. "These poor souls have gone through hell."