Doing What Light Does
Dr. Theodora Capaldo is Chief Executive Officer of the New England Anti-Vivisection Society (NEAVS), a not-for-profit founded in 1895 whose mission is “ending the use of animals in research, testing, and science education and replacing them with modern alternatives that are ethically, humanely, and scientifically superior.” Here, Theo talks about how she brings psychology to NEAVS’ national and international animal protection programs.
94WIP Finds Safe Willing Home for Dez Bryant’s Monkey
PETA has asked for the capuchin monkey to be transferred to a sanctuary and Kari Bagnall, founder and executive director of Jungle Friends Primates Sanctuary in Gainesville, Florida says she would be happy to care for Bryant’s monkey.
Tattooed Monkey Finds Peace After a Lifetime of Suffering
After what had likely been a lifetime of suffering at the hands of people who viewed him as a mere commodity, a lonely Rhesus monkey named Andi is beginning to learn what it’s like to be at peace.
Monkey Didn’t Play Well with Others; Sent to Florida
A capuchin monkey that didn’t get along with the only other member of his species at the San Diego Zoo was transferred to a Florida sanctuary, where it’s hoped he can find a companion.
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.
Secretive Research Monkey Facilities Come Under Scrutiny in Florida
A series of events has put a tiny Florida county of less than 40,000 residents at the center of national and international controversy regarding monkey breeding and research.
A Gainesville Woman’s Monkey Business
In Kari Bagnall’s makeshift jungle, she gives primates a home.
Young Monkey Has New Home in Kentucky After Being Bought Illegally
Animal control officials say a northern Kentucky woman made an expensive mistake when she spent $4,000 to buy a monkey, only to later realize it was illegal to have it as a pet in Kentucky.
One Monkey’s Journey from Life in a Cage to Freedom at a Texas Sanctuary
Wild animals belong in the wild. While this concept should be generally understood, many well-intentioned people believe that with enough love and care, keeping a wild animal as a companion animal can be okay.
10 Primate Sanctuaries That Need Your Support
The phenomenal work done by wildlife sanctuaries all over the world is often the only thing standing between certain animal species and extinction.
Derby Couple Helping to Treat Diabetic Monkeys
A couple from Derby say they are using their knowledge of treating diabetic patients to help monkeys at a sanctuary in Florida.