Adopt Coco and Kiki
Adopting a monkey with Wild Futures really is a gift with a difference. Whether it’s a gift for yourself or another, you will be supporting the work of our charity and enabling us to protect primates and their habitats worldwide. The monkeys featured in the adoption scheme reside at projects run by Wild Futures. Each monkey is unique with their own characters and personalities so please do check out their monkey pictures and profiles. As a Monkey adopter you will receive:
- A cuddly monkey toy (optional)
- Personalised certificate of your adoption
- Photo of your adopted monkey
- Your monkey’s story
- Species factsheet
- Wild Futures newsletters throughout the year
- Discounted entry fee to our Monkey Sanctuary
About Coco and Kiki
Coco and Kiki were rescued together having been kept as pets for a number of years. They arrived at the Monkey Sanctuary in March 2017; the first marmosets to be given a forever home by Wild Futures! Coco was born in 2015, born specifically to be sold into the primate pet trade. He was kept alone for the first year of his life before his owners bought Kiki to keep him company. Because of this time spent alone, Coco is not as confident as Kiki and doesn’t always handle social situations correctly, but Kiki is there to give him a firm telling off if he steps out of line!
Coco is the quieter one of the pair, often watching Kiki take the first steps in trying something new. He has a sweet nature, but will protect his friend Kiki whenever he feels threatened. She is the leader of the pair, and in her opinion, the leader of all the monkeys at the sanctuary! Her confidence grows by the day as she is always eager to explore new things. Coco and Kiki love spending time together playing and wrestling, as well as sleeping curled up together in the sunshine!
Adopting Coco and Kiki means that you are helping to provide the resources needed to give Coco and Kiki the best life possible. Your adoption also enables Wild Futures to continue its vital work campaigning for an end to the primate pet trade in the UK and abroad.