The poor Lonely Monkey

The Lonely, Poor, Tied Monkey

The Lonely, Poor, Tied Monkey

The Lonely, Poor, Tied Monkey

The Lonely, Poor, Tied Monkey

I came across this poor lonely monkey tied by the waist to a shady tree on the side of the street, and I had time enough to share with you some of the shots.
NB:
Infant babies appear so sweet and helpless, and seem so much like a human infant in many ways. However, those sweet babies grow up into difficult adults, and as a general rule adult monkeys do not make good pets. Their intelligence makes them special, but ultimately makes them very challenging pets.

Taking on a pet monkey is a long term commitment.
A well cared for monkey can live anywhere from 20-40 years, and needs your full commitment throughout their lives. A pet monkey cannot do without your attention when life gets busy or circumstances change.
A pet monkey deprived of your time and attention will only develop severe behavior problems and psychological issues. It pays to own them.

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