could anyone post this on their Facebook, or whatever they have for media. It is for Lucy (my beagle) She is totally blind from cataracts in both eyes. She can get surgery, but, it cost $1000.00 per eye. Even if I got one eye done, it is better than nothing at all.

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primate picnics

Monkeys, lemurs, bushbabies, Any Type or Size of Primate

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primate picnics

Postby Eeyor216 » Sun Nov 05, 2006 5:46 pm

Primate picnics are a great way to meet fellow monkey owners, learn new info and others' ideas for dealing w/ any issues one may have. Primates are also Very social animals & love to be around their own kind. Plus many people can not take their monks out in most public, so this is a place to socialize w/ others that have the same interests.
As far as clothes... it obviously doesn't hurt them nor is it abuse. some animals enjoy wearing them, some don't. Some people may think it looks silly, but it should never be considered wrong or abusive.
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Postby BlueAngelExotics » Tue Nov 07, 2006 10:43 am

Sounds like that would be alot of fun.
I don't own any primates but think they are really cute dressed up.
I would love to own a capuchin but can't.
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Postby bigcatlover » Sun Jul 27, 2008 10:40 pm

I'ved heard about primate picnics and have wanted to attend one. Do you know if they have any in the Carolinas/Virginia area?
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Postby Ciao » Thu Sep 18, 2008 9:24 pm

I'd be a bit worried about going to one, considering there can be people who got over illnesses recently. That sorta worries me.

But I might go, maybe take my monk, but...

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