We are meant to be a nation of animal lovers, so why the trade in a wild, social animal with complex needs is still legal, continues to astound me. Joey’s story is not unique – many of the monkeys rescued by Wild Futures have their own terrible tales. Taking part in this project was important to me and I sincerely hope that many people are moved to support Wild Futures’ work, so that the charity can campaign to put an end to the trade and rescue more monkeys in need
- Only two weeks left to get your Christmas raffle tickets to be in with a chance of winning some great prizes,... http://t.co/jb4osdLRX6
- Tune into the Cornwall Channel tonight at 9pm to watch Captain Kernow's visit to The Monkey Sanctuary! Sky 212,... http://t.co/xNoJ6cpMjk
- Looking forward to seeing 50 flying monkeys next year!... http://t.co/WjFpw8yoDD
- Our Sanctuary will be on Channel 5 tomorrow morning at 6:55am when Milkshake Monkey looks for a new home for his friend Mickey!
- Thank you to all the lovely collectors who took to the streets of Plymouth today to collect for Wild Futures! http://t.co/0zTpJ5aaTj