"Their adorable exterior is their own worst enemy as this results in them being popular to be kept as pets," LWRC wrote on Facebook. "Although illegal in most countries, unfortunately the trade continues around South East Asia."
Yet thanks to the kindness of one woman, this little loris is one of the few who has a second chance. She was named Eay, which means shy, and will stay at LWRC for at least the next few days. She's currently in "intense" care, the groups said.
Laos Wildlife Rescue Center