Mostly Monkeys Sanctuary
Mostly Monkeys as a non-profit sanctuary for mostly monkeys, as well as some other wild and exotic animals. It is located in Ramona, California, and was founded by Suzy Carey in 1989.
The sanctuary provides long term care for a number of New and Old World monkeys, including Capuchin monkeys, macaques, spider monkeys, squirrel monkeys, owl monkeys, and a bush baby. They also care for several other exotic wild animals, such as wild cats, birds, reptiles, a fox, an opossum, a raccoon, and even a Kinkajou!
Many of these animals are surrendered pets, former lab animals, or rescued wildlife. There are even a couple of domestic cats that call the sanctuary home.
Mostly Monkeys is funded from charitable grants and donations of organizations and individuals like you! The sanctuary provides personal tours, which help fund the care of all the animals. For more information, visit their website at Mostly Monkeys and please donate to help this facility continue giving high quality care to these amazing creatures.
It was my pleasure to meet all the animals and the people that care for them. This is something near and dear to my heart so I hope you enjoy a few of the photos I captured of the sanctuary inhabitants and then click below to donate to the facility 🙂
Here are a few of the other wildlife that share the sanctuary with the monkey crew!
The sanctuary’s two guard cats that roam the grounds.
Visit Mostly Monkeys to learn how you can help them keep providing the care these animals need and deserve!
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