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The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) is the largest association of wildlife centers in Africa. Our 23 member organizations in 13 countries secure a future for Africa’s primates and their habitat.

The combination of PASA’s global network and our members’ local expertise uniquely positions the Alliance to protect chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and monkeys from extinction.

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Show Max that his unbreakable spirit was worth it! Donate to support his care: 
https://www.pasaprimates.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

Before Max was rescued by Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member, he was kept as a pet by a soldier in Guinea. He was severely malnourished, suffered from acute gastroenteritis, had deep wounds caused by the rope around his hips, and gingivitis that exposed the roots of all his incisors. This oral infection led to significant cardiac problem that delayed Max’s growth compared to other chimps his age.

In the first two weeks after Max was rescued, he was so weak he couldn’t even sit up.

Against all odds, Max made an extraordinary comeback thanks to intensive, around-the-clock care, and antibiotics that cured his heart infection.

Today, Max is a very sociable, playful, prankster chimp. Help support his daily care to ensure he remains healthy so he never has to endure the same pain and suffering he fought through. https://www.pasaprimates.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/
 
You can also help chimpanzees like Max by sharing this post and spreading the message that chimpanzees are NOT pets.

Show Max that his unbreakable spirit was worth it! Donate to support his care:
www.pasaprimates.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

Before Max was rescued by Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member, he was kept as a pet by a soldier in Guinea. He was severely malnourished, suffered from acute gastroenteritis, had deep wounds caused by the rope around his hips, and gingivitis that exposed the roots of all his incisors. This oral infection led to significant cardiac problem that delayed Max’s growth compared to other chimps his age.

In the first two weeks after Max was rescued, he was so weak he couldn’t even sit up.

Against all odds, Max made an extraordinary comeback thanks to intensive, around-the-clock care, and antibiotics that cured his heart infection.

Today, Max is a very sociable, playful, prankster chimp. Help support his daily care to ensure he remains healthy so he never has to endure the same pain and suffering he fought through. www.pasaprimates.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

You can also help chimpanzees like Max by sharing this post and spreading the message that chimpanzees are NOT pets.
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Show Max that his unbreakable spirit was worth it! Donate to support his care: 
https://www.pasaprimates.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

Before Max was rescued by Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member, he was kept as a pet by a soldier in Guinea. He was severely malnourished, suffered from acute gastroenteritis, had deep wounds caused by the rope around his hips, and gingivitis that exposed the roots of all his incisors. This oral infection led to significant cardiac problem that delayed Max’s growth compared to other chimps his age.

In the first two weeks after Max was rescued, he was so weak he couldn’t even sit up.

Against all odds, Max made an extraordinary comeback thanks to intensive, around-the-clock care, and antibiotics that cured his heart infection.

Today, Max is a very sociable, playful, prankster chimp. Help support his daily care to ensure he remains healthy so he never has to endure the same pain and suffering he fought through. https://www.pasaprimates.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/
 
You can also help chimpanzees like Max by sharing this post and spreading the message that chimpanzees are NOT pets.

Show Max that his unbreakable spirit was worth it! Donate to support his care:
www.pasaprimates.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

Before Max was rescued by Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member, he was kept as a pet by a soldier in Guinea. He was severely malnourished, suffered from acute gastroenteritis, had deep wounds caused by the rope around his hips, and gingivitis that exposed the roots of all his incisors. This oral infection led to significant cardiac problem that delayed Max’s growth compared to other chimps his age.

In the first two weeks after Max was rescued, he was so weak he couldn’t even sit up.

Against all odds, Max made an extraordinary comeback thanks to intensive, around-the-clock care, and antibiotics that cured his heart infection.

Today, Max is a very sociable, playful, prankster chimp. Help support his daily care to ensure he remains healthy so he never has to endure the same pain and suffering he fought through. www.pasaprimates.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

You can also help chimpanzees like Max by sharing this post and spreading the message that chimpanzees are NOT pets.
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