Month: June 2020



A young cat, and very used to humans, but unbelievably thin, she was walking round the fish market where she was dumped, but falling over due to her skeletal condition. Thinking she must have a serious illness, she was taken immediately to the vets, but no problem but starvation was in evidence.She has now fully



Sweetie had been kept as a captive pet since a baby, when she lost her arm in an accident. Although she has always been well looked after, first by her original rescuer and then by kind animal people, she had never had the opportunity to meet and associate with any other monkey, or even have



Pixie, This now Large Langur was rescued by one of IAR’s ambulances and taken to the centre at Assagao when they received a message to say a female Langur Monkey had been killed on a busy road , and its baby was still alive, clinging to its mother’s dead body. We were later informed that



Type : Bonnet MacaqueSex : FemaleAge : Approx. 2 Years old on arrivalDate of Arrival : 29th January 2009 Before coming here, Sasha was being kept as a pet in a restaurant in Candolim. When she first arrived here she was around 2 years old and was terrified of all the other monkeys as she



Another little orphan, to join Finn and Elette. Luckily we had a competent and enthusiastic full time volunteer here for one month at that time to help, so Pryianka, was able and willing to take on Kokos 24 hour early care ! This meant many sleepless nights for her,as he proved to be a very



Nissa was brought in as a small baby with her mother after they were rescued following being hit on the road. Her mother sadly could not be saved as her injuries were too severe. Nissa was therefore bottle reared by our volunteers, Alexandro and Celine who spent the monsoon in charge of the tree house



Bought in to us by the forestry dept at about 4 months old, she had many injuries including burns to hands and feet. It is thought she was partially electrocuted on power cables. She has now made a full recovery from her injuries, and with the help of Christelle ,who was brought in during the



Katrina is a Rhesus macaque, not a species native to southern India. They only arrive here as illegally imported babies, to be sold as pets. Katrina had been kept for 16 years on a Hindu shrine in a cage measuring less than 1mtr square. Somehow she escaped and the terrified keepers were unable to handle



Kirsty was handed over to us by the Forestry Department, who found her wandering around Panaji, where she was either abandoned or escaped from being kept as a pet. When she first arrived at the Tree House she was very nervous of humans but was very interested in the other monkeys and keen to get



Date of Arrival : 15th November 2013 Found in Bombay loose but with a dangling chain, she is probably an escaped monkey that was used for begging. She is used to being handled by people and we are already able to walk her in the garden. She was bought to us from Bombay by the