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Simon is locked in this cage. He paces back and forth every day begging to be rescued.

He doesn’t have a bed or blanket to lay on, so he sleeps on the cold cement floor.

We are urgently trying to free him from this terrible situation. Please save Simon while there is still time!

• $300 can provide all the health exams, blood tests, vaccinations, and initial care that Simon needs.
• $50 can give the crucial veterinary exam he needs to leave the country.
• $20 can provide Simon with food and water for one month.

Give today – make it possible for Simon to go to a sanctuary.

Fatou is just one example of the animals that PASA has helped rescue:

“We found a patas monkey that was kept as a pet and then abandoned. There are no sanctuaries in Senegal. The situation is desperate.”

This is from an email PASA received from a compassionate person in Dakar, Senegal, who rescued Fatou, a little monkey in urgent need.

Tragically, stories like Fatou’s are far too common. Countless monkeys and great apes are orphaned by bushmeat hunters, kept as illegal pets, tied on top of buses, or smuggled into the illicit wildlife trade.

PASA’s network includes 23 wildlife rescue centers in 13 African countries. We reached out to our members in the region and were deeply relieved to get a reply from the Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project in the Gambia. Transportation and permits were arranged, and Fatou is now receiving outstanding care from CRP’s experienced staff.

As the only alliance of wildlife centers in Africa, PASA is in a unique position to help primates in inhumane and abusive situations to reach the safety of a high-quality sanctuary.

Fatou’s rescue was only possible because of compassionate people like you. Please make a contribution now to save the next animal like Fatou and bring her to a sanctuary.

Africa’s wild animals desperately need you.