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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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For the price of a cup of coffee, you could help save other baby vervets like Tom Brady. 

Donate to help make more rescues possible. https://www.lilongwewildlife.org/support-us/donate/

Baby vervet Tom Brady was rescued from roadside sellers—cruelly taken from his home, his family, and everything that was familiar to him. When he first arrived at PASA member Lilongwe Wildlife Centre, he was tiny and visibly traumatized. 

Now he is happy, healthy and receives the warmth and comfort from his foster mother, Target.

These stories of hope are only possible with your support. No donation is too small. https://www.lilongwewildlife.org/support-us/donate/ 

📷: Lilongwe Wildlife Trust

For the price of a cup of coffee, you could help save other baby vervets like Tom Brady.

Donate to help make more rescues possible. www.lilongwewildlife.org/support-us/donate/

Baby vervet Tom Brady was rescued from roadside sellers—cruelly taken from his home, his family, and everything that was familiar to him. When he first arrived at PASA member Lilongwe Wildlife Centre, he was tiny and visibly traumatized.

Now he is happy, healthy and receives the warmth and comfort from his foster mother, Target.

These stories of hope are only possible with your support. No donation is too small. www.lilongwewildlife.org/support-us/donate/

📷: Lilongwe Wildlife Trust
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Hope your weekend is filled with rest and relaxation! Here, rescued gorilla Abbey masters the art of lounging at Limbe Wildlife Centre, a PASA member. 

📷: Limbe Wildlife Centre

Hope your weekend is filled with rest and relaxation! Here, rescued gorilla Abbey masters the art of lounging at Limbe Wildlife Centre, a PASA member.

📷: Limbe Wildlife Centre
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Imagine losing your family and being left all alone. Your eyesight is gone and you have to rely on your other senses to survive.

That’s the trauma two recently rescued vervets endured.
PASA member Vervet Monkey Foundation rescued them within the same week—both with eyesight issues.

Although Herbie, the vervet rescued earlier in the week, has shown progress with his eyesight, it looks like the newly rescued young female vervet is permanently blind. She’s also thin, dirty and has a puncture wound on her tail.

She seems to have a healthy appetite but she’s understandably shaken up.

You can help with her care and rehabilitation by donating here: pasa.org/donate-to-vervet/
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It is down right sad that they do not have any family! This is not right. Life should not be like this. All living creatures deserve their place on earth. We need to share the planet, not ruin it. I pray they are in the best of care and give them the best possible life that they do deserve.

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For the price of a cup of coffee, you could help save other baby vervets like Tom Brady. 

Donate to help make more rescues possible. https://www.lilongwewildlife.org/support-us/donate/

Baby vervet Tom Brady was rescued from roadside sellers—cruelly taken from his home, his family, and everything that was familiar to him. When he first arrived at PASA member Lilongwe Wildlife Centre, he was tiny and visibly traumatized. 

Now he is happy, healthy and receives the warmth and comfort from his foster mother, Target.

These stories of hope are only possible with your support. No donation is too small. https://www.lilongwewildlife.org/support-us/donate/ 

📷: Lilongwe Wildlife Trust

For the price of a cup of coffee, you could help save other baby vervets like Tom Brady.

Donate to help make more rescues possible. www.lilongwewildlife.org/support-us/donate/

Baby vervet Tom Brady was rescued from roadside sellers—cruelly taken from his home, his family, and everything that was familiar to him. When he first arrived at PASA member Lilongwe Wildlife Centre, he was tiny and visibly traumatized.

Now he is happy, healthy and receives the warmth and comfort from his foster mother, Target.

These stories of hope are only possible with your support. No donation is too small. www.lilongwewildlife.org/support-us/donate/

📷: Lilongwe Wildlife Trust
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Hope your weekend is filled with rest and relaxation! Here, rescued gorilla Abbey masters the art of lounging at Limbe Wildlife Centre, a PASA member. 

📷: Limbe Wildlife Centre

Hope your weekend is filled with rest and relaxation! Here, rescued gorilla Abbey masters the art of lounging at Limbe Wildlife Centre, a PASA member.

📷: Limbe Wildlife Centre
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Imagine losing your family and being left all alone. Your eyesight is gone and you have to rely on your other senses to survive.

That’s the trauma two recently rescued vervets endured.
PASA member Vervet Monkey Foundation rescued them within the same week—both with eyesight issues.

Although Herbie, the vervet rescued earlier in the week, has shown progress with his eyesight, it looks like the newly rescued young female vervet is permanently blind. She’s also thin, dirty and has a puncture wound on her tail.

She seems to have a healthy appetite but she’s understandably shaken up.

You can help with her care and rehabilitation by donating here: pasa.org/donate-to-vervet/
... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

It is down right sad that they do not have any family! This is not right. Life should not be like this. All living creatures deserve their place on earth. We need to share the planet, not ruin it. I pray they are in the best of care and give them the best possible life that they do deserve.

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