One of the things we specialize in doing at FreeMe Wildlife is keeping wild animals wild. This means as little corruption from humans as possible, even when hand raising babies. We work with something known as morphic fields and morphic resonance, which is basically a blue print each species has. They inherently know what they are.
So how do we minimize imprinting on humans...? We simply do not pet, play, or tame any wildlife under our care... after all... the goal is to keep the animal authentically wild.
We love what we do, and how we do it.
We just cannot help these little ones without your help though. There are a lot of animals, and just a few of us, so please consider supporting our work. Our wildlife patients need all the help they can get!
This little male Thick-Tailed Bushbaby is doing well so far. Since we only have the one in care, we need to be extra careful we don't imprint it on humans.
Our aim is always to keep wild animals wild, with minimal human corruption