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NAPSA is proud to share the collective expertise of its members in national and global news media.
Iconic Imagineer Joe Rohde Requests Support For Displaced Chimps
Walt Disney Imagineering’s Joe Rohde is an icon in the Disney fan community. Rohde, the creative mind behind projects like Animal Kingdom and Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa in Hawaii, is extremely active on social media and regularly brings his followers behind-the-scenes stories about Disney Parks. Now, Rohde is asking for help from Disney fans who follow his Instagram page.
Celebrities Back New Bipartisan Bill To End Circus Animal Suffering Across The US
Actors, directors, and musicians are backing a bill to end the suffering of wild and exotic animals in traveling shows, which was launched in Congress on Tuesday, May 21.
Prime Mates Podcast, Episode 38: Hollywood’s Primates: Where Are They Now? (with NAPSA’s Erika Fleury)
What happens when Hollywood’s monkeys and apes retire? Comedian Matt Stewart talks to NAPSA’s Program Director Erika Fleury to find out!
Singer Chris Brown Is In Trouble After Buying Monkey As A Christmas Gift
NAPSA’s Program Director Erika Fleury spoke with with The Dodo to explain how NAPSA tried to help place performer Chris Brown’s monkey in a sanctuary last year, and why the private ownership of primates is so problematic.
German Zoo Says Justin Bieber’s Illegal Monkey “Still Has Issues”
The capuchin formerly owned by pop star Justin Bieber still displays signs of developmental damage and he struggles to communicate with other monkeys. When Bieber expressed interest in getting another monkey in 2016, NAPSA asked him “Please do not repeat this foolish endeavor.”
Steve Aoki & Adam Lambert: Chimp Problems!
Steve Aoki’s new music video borders on bestiality … or at least chimp-on-woman love … so claims a very angry animal rights group.
Animal Rights Group Asks Justin Bieber Not to Get Another Pet Monkey
Justin Bieber, house egger, drag racer and more recently, pop star, said he’d be interested in getting another monkey – and animals rights groups are not happy.
Animal rights group urges Justin Bieber not to get another pet monkey.
An animal rights group is not monkeying around with Justin Bieber’s plans to get another pet primate.
‘Foolish’ Justin Bieber Really Wants Another Monkey
It might seem like Justin Bieber has everything he could want, but there is apparently something missing from the singer’s life: a monkey.
Animal-Rights Group Begs Justin Bieber Not to Get Another Monkey
Do you remember Justin Bieber’s monkey? Well, he had one. As all child-like pop stars are, Justin Bieber once owned a primate: Mally, a small capuchin monkey whom Bieber took into his care in 2013.
Justin Bieber’s plans to adopt another monkey is slammed as ‘foolish’…
Justin Bieber’s plans to adopt another monkey have been branded ‘foolish’ and ‘irresponsible’ by an animal rights organisation.
Animal Rights Group on Justin Bieber’s Plan to Get New Monkey…
A telling thing is that, for most people, having an illegal pet monkey confiscated by German authorities would be the single wildest thing ever to happen to them.