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FATOU, THE RESCUED PATAS MONKEY IS ON HER WAY!

A while ago PASA shared the news of a remarkable rescue of an ex pet patas monkey in Senegal. We had been contacted by a lady operating a stray dog and cat rescue program there, and after one of her volunteers had stumbled across the abandoned monkey, she contacted PASA for help. 

There are no PASA centers in Senegal, nor any reputed primate sanctuaries, but fortunately a solution could be arranged for Fatou in neighbouring Gambia. At PASA member Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project two other patas monkeys are already awaiting Fatou’s arrival. 

Following several weeks of organizing CITES transport permits and other paperwork, Fatou is finally in the all clear and was sent off by car on her journey across the border last night.

PASA is the only network of wildlife sanctuaries working within many Africa nations and as such we are in a unique position to help vulnerable primates get to the safety of an appropriate sanctuary. Please help us continue to help monkeys like Fatou! https://www.pasaprimates.org/donate/

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance added 2 new photos.

FATOU, THE RESCUED PATAS MONKEY IS ON HER WAY!

A while ago PASA shared the news of a remarkable rescue of an ex pet patas monkey in Senegal. We had been contacted by a lady operating a stray dog and cat rescue program there, and after one of her volunteers had stumbled across the abandoned monkey, she contacted PASA for help.

There are no PASA centers in Senegal, nor any reputed primate sanctuaries, but fortunately a solution could be arranged for Fatou in neighbouring Gambia. At PASA member Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project two other patas monkeys are already awaiting Fatou’s arrival.

Following several weeks of organizing CITES transport permits and other paperwork, Fatou is finally in the all clear and was sent off by car on her journey across the border last night.

PASA is the only network of wildlife sanctuaries working within many Africa nations and as such we are in a unique position to help vulnerable primates get to the safety of an appropriate sanctuary. Please help us continue to help monkeys like Fatou! www.pasaprimates.org/donate/
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Thyra RutterSo happy he is on his road to sanctuary!

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FATOU, THE RESCUED PATAS MONKEY IS ON HER WAY!

A while ago PASA shared the news of a remarkable rescue of an ex pet patas monkey in Senegal. We had been contacted by a lady operating a stray dog and cat rescue program there, and after one of her volunteers had stumbled across the abandoned monkey, she contacted PASA for help. 

There are no PASA centers in Senegal, nor any reputed primate sanctuaries, but fortunately a solution could be arranged for Fatou in neighbouring Gambia. At PASA member Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project two other patas monkeys are already awaiting Fatou’s arrival. 

Following several weeks of organizing CITES transport permits and other paperwork, Fatou is finally in the all clear and was sent off by car on her journey across the border last night.

PASA is the only network of wildlife sanctuaries working within many Africa nations and as such we are in a unique position to help vulnerable primates get to the safety of an appropriate sanctuary. Please help us continue to help monkeys like Fatou! https://www.pasaprimates.org/donate/

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance added 2 new photos.

FATOU, THE RESCUED PATAS MONKEY IS ON HER WAY!

A while ago PASA shared the news of a remarkable rescue of an ex pet patas monkey in Senegal. We had been contacted by a lady operating a stray dog and cat rescue program there, and after one of her volunteers had stumbled across the abandoned monkey, she contacted PASA for help.

There are no PASA centers in Senegal, nor any reputed primate sanctuaries, but fortunately a solution could be arranged for Fatou in neighbouring Gambia. At PASA member Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project two other patas monkeys are already awaiting Fatou’s arrival.

Following several weeks of organizing CITES transport permits and other paperwork, Fatou is finally in the all clear and was sent off by car on her journey across the border last night.

PASA is the only network of wildlife sanctuaries working within many Africa nations and as such we are in a unique position to help vulnerable primates get to the safety of an appropriate sanctuary. Please help us continue to help monkeys like Fatou! www.pasaprimates.org/donate/
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Michèle Bourguignon, Lili Berko and 8 others like this

Thyra RutterSo happy he is on his road to sanctuary!

1 hour ago
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