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The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) is the largest association of wildlife centers in Africa. Our 23 member organizations in 13 countries secure a future for Africa’s primates and their habitat.

The combination of PASA’s global network and our members’ local expertise uniquely positions the Alliance to protect chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and monkeys from extinction.

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Little Kadee loves her daily bushwalks, which never seem long enough to her! She has grown to become very comfortable and confident out there, sometimes climbing up very high in the trees and refusing to come back down when it‘s time to go home. The team has to patiently wait until she has decided it’s time to go back down and eat! 

📷: Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member

Little Kadee loves her daily bushwalks, which never seem long enough to her! She has grown to become very comfortable and confident out there, sometimes climbing up very high in the trees and refusing to come back down when it‘s time to go home. The team has to patiently wait until she has decided it’s time to go back down and eat!

📷: Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member
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Kiki has been with Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue, a PASA member, since 2000. He was rescued from a concrete cell at a resort hotel in Cameroon, where he was a tourist attraction for at least 14 years. Aside from the trauma of being confined, Kiki nearly died of starvation, which sadly, his female companion had succumbed to when the Ministry to Tourism stopped feeding them. 

Despite the 20 years that have passed since that trauma, Kiki is still emotionally fragile. Kiki and five other chimpanzees in his group sleep in a large satellite cage and have access to a 3.5-acre forested enclosure during the day. 

Kiki goes out into the enclosure, but unlike the others, he doesn’t like to go far from the cage. His best friend Massamba sometimes stays close to the cage with him, but other times Massamba goes deeper in the forest, leaving Kiki alone. 

Kiki also doesn’t like it when he’s outside and the sliding doors leading into the cage are closed, so most of the time the doors are left open. Kiki chooses to spend much of his day inside. But the beauty of it is that he has the CHOICE—he’s free to do what makes him feel comfortable. 

On a lighter note, Kiki enjoys it when his favorite people visit him and is often in the mood to be tickled, making his sweet laugh heard.

To adopt Kiki and help contribute toward his care, including providing him with fresh nesting material to keep him comfortable: https://www.sychimprescue.org/adopt-an-orphan. 

📷: Director Sheri Speede via Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue

Kiki has been with Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue, a PASA member, since 2000. He was rescued from a concrete cell at a resort hotel in Cameroon, where he was a tourist attraction for at least 14 years. Aside from the trauma of being confined, Kiki nearly died of starvation, which sadly, his female companion had succumbed to when the Ministry to Tourism stopped feeding them.

Despite the 20 years that have passed since that trauma, Kiki is still emotionally fragile. Kiki and five other chimpanzees in his group sleep in a large satellite cage and have access to a 3.5-acre forested enclosure during the day.

Kiki goes out into the enclosure, but unlike the others, he doesn’t like to go far from the cage. His best friend Massamba sometimes stays close to the cage with him, but other times Massamba goes deeper in the forest, leaving Kiki alone.

Kiki also doesn’t like it when he’s outside and the sliding doors leading into the cage are closed, so most of the time the doors are left open. Kiki chooses to spend much of his day inside. But the beauty of it is that he has the CHOICE—he’s free to do what makes him feel comfortable.

On a lighter note, Kiki enjoys it when his favorite people visit him and is often in the mood to be tickled, making his sweet laugh heard.

To adopt Kiki and help contribute toward his care, including providing him with fresh nesting material to keep him comfortable: www.sychimprescue.org/adopt-an-orphan.

📷: Director Sheri Speede via Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue
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Mr Kiki is so handsome. Grateful he is save now. Sad he is still traumatized over his awful ordeals ...

He is so beautiful! Sad he still carries past life pain. Hope he is at peace, and feels safe and comfortable.

He's beautiful. So glad he now has companions and choices in his life, so important😊

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Little Kadee loves her daily bushwalks, which never seem long enough to her! She has grown to become very comfortable and confident out there, sometimes climbing up very high in the trees and refusing to come back down when it‘s time to go home. The team has to patiently wait until she has decided it’s time to go back down and eat! 

📷: Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member

Little Kadee loves her daily bushwalks, which never seem long enough to her! She has grown to become very comfortable and confident out there, sometimes climbing up very high in the trees and refusing to come back down when it‘s time to go home. The team has to patiently wait until she has decided it’s time to go back down and eat!

📷: Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member
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Kiki has been with Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue, a PASA member, since 2000. He was rescued from a concrete cell at a resort hotel in Cameroon, where he was a tourist attraction for at least 14 years. Aside from the trauma of being confined, Kiki nearly died of starvation, which sadly, his female companion had succumbed to when the Ministry to Tourism stopped feeding them. 

Despite the 20 years that have passed since that trauma, Kiki is still emotionally fragile. Kiki and five other chimpanzees in his group sleep in a large satellite cage and have access to a 3.5-acre forested enclosure during the day. 

Kiki goes out into the enclosure, but unlike the others, he doesn’t like to go far from the cage. His best friend Massamba sometimes stays close to the cage with him, but other times Massamba goes deeper in the forest, leaving Kiki alone. 

Kiki also doesn’t like it when he’s outside and the sliding doors leading into the cage are closed, so most of the time the doors are left open. Kiki chooses to spend much of his day inside. But the beauty of it is that he has the CHOICE—he’s free to do what makes him feel comfortable. 

On a lighter note, Kiki enjoys it when his favorite people visit him and is often in the mood to be tickled, making his sweet laugh heard.

To adopt Kiki and help contribute toward his care, including providing him with fresh nesting material to keep him comfortable: https://www.sychimprescue.org/adopt-an-orphan. 

📷: Director Sheri Speede via Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue

Kiki has been with Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue, a PASA member, since 2000. He was rescued from a concrete cell at a resort hotel in Cameroon, where he was a tourist attraction for at least 14 years. Aside from the trauma of being confined, Kiki nearly died of starvation, which sadly, his female companion had succumbed to when the Ministry to Tourism stopped feeding them.

Despite the 20 years that have passed since that trauma, Kiki is still emotionally fragile. Kiki and five other chimpanzees in his group sleep in a large satellite cage and have access to a 3.5-acre forested enclosure during the day.

Kiki goes out into the enclosure, but unlike the others, he doesn’t like to go far from the cage. His best friend Massamba sometimes stays close to the cage with him, but other times Massamba goes deeper in the forest, leaving Kiki alone.

Kiki also doesn’t like it when he’s outside and the sliding doors leading into the cage are closed, so most of the time the doors are left open. Kiki chooses to spend much of his day inside. But the beauty of it is that he has the CHOICE—he’s free to do what makes him feel comfortable.

On a lighter note, Kiki enjoys it when his favorite people visit him and is often in the mood to be tickled, making his sweet laugh heard.

To adopt Kiki and help contribute toward his care, including providing him with fresh nesting material to keep him comfortable: www.sychimprescue.org/adopt-an-orphan.

📷: Director Sheri Speede via Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue
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Mr Kiki is so handsome. Grateful he is save now. Sad he is still traumatized over his awful ordeals ...

He is so beautiful! Sad he still carries past life pain. Hope he is at peace, and feels safe and comfortable.

He's beautiful. So glad he now has companions and choices in his life, so important😊

❤️🙏

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