Tiny Baby Sloth gets the Onesie Treatment – 'Meet The Sloths' Animal Planet


Meet the Sloths
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In a sleepy corner of Costa Rica there is a very peculiar but extraordinary sanctuary. Run by Judy Avey-Arroyo for 20 years, this is the only sanctuary in the world devoted to saving orphaned and injured sloths, and is home to over 160 of them, some of whom have become an internet sensation.


Date: October 8, 2019

48 thoughts on “Tiny Baby Sloth gets the Onesie Treatment – 'Meet The Sloths' Animal Planet

  1. If an animal is severely infested you can't kill mites by "buttering it with remedy" because they dig themselves/their eggs into the skin. Mites are very resistant. Nothing helps except medicine of the Anthelmintic-group (Selamectin etc.) which is usually applicated as a light fluid that dries immediately on skin. No pyjamas needed!

  2. This Judy lady is a scam and a known animal abuser!!! The entire Sloth Sanctuary has been reported for animal torture and mistreatment! Read the article The Dodo posted about them. Please PLEASE spread the word so that people are made aware of this horrible place! Even if u don't thumbs up this comment, please post your own comment about it…people need to know.

  3. OK but pleeeease look up the horrific treatment that this conservatory gives to its many sloths. It's a true hellscape in this place. Please take this video down or edit the description to reflect the fact that almost no sloths are returned to the wild and that both of these baby sloths died a few days later.

  4. my mum is PETRAPHIED of sloths I scared her in the shops with a teddy bear one and she fell over 😂 I shouldn’t laugh but like who is scared of a cute little baby sloth like cmon hahaha luv u mama ♥️😂💞

  5. For everyones correction, Sebastian is the one who passed away, after the video was uploaded not both of them. R.I.P. Baby Sebastian. Baby Violet is still alive. If someone else knows how is Violet is doing? Id be glad to know

  6. nobody support or donate to this sanctuary!! these sloths are malnourished, with little to no help from actual veterinarians, kept in small cages with other sloths, and never even returned to the wild. the money doesn’t even go for the benefit of the animals. there’s an article published by the dodo in which two of its former veterinarians explained how it really was to work there – worth a read. please inform yourselves before supporting an organization.

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