Touch My Monkey

Previously.

During our trip to L’uleville, we heard about this fundraiser for Wildlife in Need. They were raising funds and awareness for the animal rescue re-housing program. The owner of Wildlife in Need was very adamant about not using the term “rescue”. He has over 150 exotic animals he’s building new cages for. Including these 3 guys. Baby tiger coming in hot!

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Up close and personal.

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Look at that face!

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This guy was only 8 weeks old!

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Sorry Muppet, CS has a new best friend. This baby would not leave his lap. Stayed with us for 10 minutes. I started feeling bad for the other 40 people in the room. Felt like we were hogging the tiger, but we were told to let them roam as they pleased.

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Since this was my 2nd time doing this, I tried not to be greedy. Then when the tigers kept passing by me I started getting annoyed. Come here!

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We had a great time!

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To keep the crowd occupied, they would bring out other animals to share. Meet my monkey!

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