Bailey was a pet whose owner sought to find her a better home where she could associate with other monkeys. She bonded with Dewey and, to our dismay, produced two offspring. Although we do everything possible to curtail breeding, these two have foiled our attempts—hopefully, for the last time.

A Primate Pal for the Holidays

It’s that time of year when everyone is in search of the perfect gift for their loved ones and friends, and the task can become quite daunting. For the animal lover in your life, why not give the gift of sanctuary to a primate who lives at the Primate Rescue Center...

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A Primate Pal for the Holidays

Meet Jane: One Feisty Female

Jane is a rhesus macaque who is one of two primates born at the Primate Rescue Center—despite our preventative measures. Each non-human male primate living at the sanctuary undergoes a vasectomy procedure by our veterinarian to prevent births in captivity. We still...

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Meet Jane: One Feisty Female

A Mother’s Love

When we think of Mother’s Day, it’s usually a day to spend time with mothers and show them our appreciation and love. But not everyone is that lucky. Human, ape, and monkey alike, some of us aren’t able to be with our mother on this special day. Most primates...

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A Mother’s Love