NAPSA in the News

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NAPSA is proud to share the collective expertise of its members in national and global news media.

6 Wildlife Waystation Chimpanzees Taken To New Home In Washington State

The NAPSA-led Chimpanzees In Need emergency rescue effort celebrated a victory as “The Lucky Six” were transported to their new home at Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest.

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Six Rescued Chimpanzees Begin their Journey to their New Forever Home

The NAPSA-led Chimpanzees In Need emergency rescue effort celebrated a victory as “The Lucky Six” were transported to their new home at Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest.

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‘Lucky 6’ Chimps on the Move: Forgotten Wildlife Waystation Animals Are on Their Way to Sanctuary

The NAPSA-led Chimpanzees In Need emergency rescue effort celebrated a victory as “The Lucky Six” were transported to their new home at Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest.

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Chimpanzee Shot After Woman Attacked and Trapped in Basement

National coverage of the tragic death of Buck the “pet” chimpanzee.

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Oregon Sheriff’s Deputy Fatally Shoots Pet Chimpanzee to Save Woman

National coverage of the tragic death of Buck the “pet” chimpanzee.

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Oregon Sheriff’s Deputy Fatally Shoots Pet Chimpanzee to Save Woman

National coverage of the tragic death of Buck the “pet” chimpanzee.

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Cop Shoots Dead Chimpanzee That Attacked Owner’s Daughter in Shocking Video

National coverage of the tragic death of Buck the “pet” chimpanzee.

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Harms and Dangers of Primates Living as “Pets”

A privately owned chimpanzee in Oregon was killed after attacking his family members. NAPSA’s Program Director was interviewed about the harms and dangers of primates living as “pets” in human homes.

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Plight of 32 Chimpanzees

The plight of 32 Chimpanzees in Need stranded at a shuttered wildlife refuge with money – and time – running out has all the makings of a Hollywood movie.

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New Legislation to Ban Private Possession of Primates

NAPSA is proud to join other animal welfare organizations to endorse the Captive Primate Safety Act. While many state laws already ban the private ownership of primates, the bipartisan and bicameral Captive Primate Safety Act would strengthen existing protections to prohibit interstate commerce and private ownership of primates.

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32 Chimpanzees Stranded and in Desperate Need of Shelter!

There are 32 chimpanzees stuck in limbo after a sanctuary in California closed unexpectedly in 2019. Wildlife Waystation was home to 32 chimpanzees. A new grassroots fundraising effort is underway for the chimps led by North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance (NAPSA) and endorsed by Dr. Jane Goodall.

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Urgent Help Needed To Rehome 32 Chimps From The Wildlife Waystation To Sanctuaries In The U.S.

When the Wildlife Waystation in Southern California closed its doors in 2019, hundreds of exotic and domestic animals needed to be rehomed. While the majority of the animals were relocated, 32 chimpanzees remained. While the California Department of Fish and Wildlife has been temporarily caring for the chimps, the North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance (NAPSA) has been working to secure the chimps forever homes in four reputable sanctuaries throughout the United States.

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