Formerly Ill and Hairless Bear Debuts New Coat and Happy Attitude After 2 Years of Rehab
NAPSA members care for more than primates! Eve the ‘bare bear’ was found in a dumpster on Christmas Eve 2017 with one of the worst cases of mange medical experts had ever seen, but she is now thriving at Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch.
Hollywood Legend Doris Day Leaves a Legacy in East Texas
Noelle Almrud, of NAPSA’s Steering Committee and Director of Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch, was interviewed by KYTX CBS19.
Once Belonging to a Research Lab, Now Belonging to a Home
Director Noelle Almrud explains to KETK News how Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch is building new enclosures in order to welcome more monkeys to the sanctuary.
Sue Perkins and the Chimp Sanctuary Review – Cruelty, Survival and Plenty of Tears
A moving tale of mistreatment – from the chimpanzee infected with HIV in a lab to another kept locked in a garage for 15 years – with the presenter and keen animal lover.
Many Animals Recently Rescued in Georgia Enter Black Beauty Ranch
The Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch is providing permanent sanctuary to 18 goats, three sheep and three pigs who were among more than 350 animals rescued from deplorable conditions on a Georgia property in April.
Rescue Dogs and Rescue Monkeys Help Care for Each Other at Incredible Primate Sanctuary
The 301 monkeys who live at Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary have come from some pretty awful circumstances. Their pet dogs have had some rough starts, too.
Abandoned Toothless Monkey Gets a Cozy New Home – and a Girlfriend
The email’s sender – identified simply as “D” – told Bagnall she had recently come across a pet carrier dumped by the side of a highway. She checked inside and found a young capuchin monkey who was missing all his teeth and also a good portion of his fur.
Local Equine Center Aids in Large Horse Rescue Project
The Doris Day Equine Center in Murchison recently assisted Dallas Animal Services in a rescue, and is currently caring for several of the animals.
10 Animal Sanctuaries Around the World Worth Supporting
So many sanctuaries around the world are doing some amazing things for animals.
Why So Many Women Founders? Because We Can!
There is a significantly high percentage of women advocates in animal protection. NEAVS would like to remind us all how much the movement’s progress has been fueled by their tireless work.
Exotic Animals Released in Zanesville, Ohio
Sheriff’s deputies shot nearly 50 lions, tigers and other wild animals and say they’ve accounted for all but one monkey after the owner of a private farm released dozens of animals from their cages then shot and killed himself.