Select Your Monkey – One-time Annual

Select Your Monkey – One-time Annual

Select Your Monkey

First choose Monthly or One-Time donation. Next select one or more of the following monkeys.

  • We have hair envy when it comes to Magdalena, a tufted capuchin. Read more

     Say hello to our newest rhesus macaque, Olivia, who is just three months old. She was purchased as a pet in Texas, but when her owner relocated to Arizona, she was confiscated. Read more

    Say hello to Lennie! Lennie came to PPI in October 2013 after being kept as a pet for his entire life. Like most primates who are kept as pets Lennie Read more

    Harley, 13, is unlike any other primate at Primarily Primates (PPI), literally. He is the only grivet at the sanctuary.Read more

    Say hello to Phoebe, an 8-month-old cross between a Snow Monkey and Read more

    Say hello to Danny, an 8-year old spider monkey, who came to the sanctuary after being released  Read more

    Say hello to Missy, an 8-year old capuchin, who came to the sanctuary after being released  Read more

    Say hello to Junior, our oldest gibbon, who came to the sanctuary  Read more

    Say hello to Skeeter, a 14-year old pigtail macaque, who had been purchased from a monkey breeder in New Orleans right after Hurricane Katrina  Read more

    Among the 350 animals at Primarily Primates, there is one unlike any other—and that’s hanuman langur Kalpana. Endangered hanuman langurs, Read more

    Meet bonnet macaque Joey! Before finding sanctuary at Primarily Primates in 2002, Joey was an ex-pet who had been shuffled around to a couple of different owners. Read more

    Animals typically arrive at Primarily Primates in Texas, the sanctuary Friends of Animals manages, with little fanfare, but “Carter the Monkey” is an exception.Read more

    Hillary, a 14-year-old long-tailed macaque, who was released from John Hopkins University—has taken center stage at PPI. Read more

    izzy-final-3_0Two-year-old Izzy is a new addition to PPI. “She’s probably one of the sweetest macaques I’ve ever met in my  Read more

    Please consider sponsoring one of Primarily Primates’ smallest residents, Junior, who weighs in at less than one pound.Read more

    Kayla arrived at PPI along with three other long-tailed macaques after being discovered in a Tennessee garage living
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    louie3Louie, a baby macaque who was recently confiscated after biting a woman at a bank, has been completely
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    KaylaMacaques are a type of monkey that can be quite slight, with very long tails, or stocky, with short limbs and Read more
    Tori-Take-3Tori is a 4 year old Rhesus Macaque who was released over a month ago to the PRC who knew that we could
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    vervetsThe vervet monkey has a black face with a white fringe of hair, while the overall hair color is mostly  Read more

    Primarily Primates is tax-exempt under IRS code 501(c)(3), and donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. As a non-profit organization Primarily Primates relies on donations to support our work. After your donation is processed you will receive an e-mail which you can print as a receipt for your records.

    All donations are non refundable, however, if you enter the wrong dollar amount for your donation, please contact us within 48 hours to adjust your donation amount.

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