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Poor Julia was the first monkey into my sanctuary. She was left outside my door in a terrible state. She had had both arms ripped out and was covered from head to toe in blue chalk. She also had severe damage to her face and one of her toes. As you can see from the picture, we were unable to save her arms, but she was thoroughly washed and her face was expertly stitched back together again. She had also lost a lot of stuffing, but a disaster was averted thanks to a unfortunate donor - Mr Spank, who was sadly found killed and mutilated beyond recognition. Mr Spank RIP.
This is Floyd. Floyd was abandoned by his family at a young age because of his homosexuality. Found in the Thirsk Salvation Army shop, we decided to adopt Floyd into my sanctuary, where he leads a happy and free life. Floyd likes dressing up in his yellow glasses and spiky collar and spends most of the day hanging from various surfaces from his megalong monkey arms.
Here's grumpy Monkey Moo. The first (but not the last) gorilla to be adopted into the sanctuary in December 1998. I found Monkey Moo in the Hull branch of Scope, and he looked so miserable I had to take him with me. Although he still spends all day moping around, he at least now has the space and company to do it in. As well as a moody disposition, he has a constantly runny nose. He is also very fond of bananas.
Pepperoni was graciously saved from the tyranny of 'Everything's A Pound" by my lovely girlfriend. He has since been left in the care of my monkey sanctuary away from the sharks and mosquitos that inhabited his previous home. Prone to rolling off flat surfaces, Pepperoni loves nothing more then stuffing his already oversize belly with tuna pizzas and banana sandwiches. He is also strangely bouncy, although he tries to avoid bouncing around as much as possible.
Being the monkey he is, Bounder isn't going to take any crap off anyone. Although happy to be with other monkeys, he is liable to turn hostile against humans, especially those he doesn't know. His stocky build and mean expression are enough to intimidate those who would cross his path and quite frankly, he could have you. Anytime. Very protective over his fellow monkeys, especially Barry, Pepperoni, Cuthbert and Shrimp, whom he shares his living space with. Quite a recent addition to the sanctuary, Bounder was adopted in early May 1999.