13 Chimpanzee Adopted By a Mastiff

Chimpanzee Adopted By a Mastiff

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13 Responses to “Chimpanzee Adopted By a Mastiff”

  1. 山下智久 says:

    I am frightened out of my wits!

  2. moo says:

    WOW so cute!!!

  3. Macha Iva says:

    Animals are better than human… Beautiful story…

  4. George Johnson says:

    Chimps are so cut when they’re babies. But when they get older, people don’t realize how dangerous they are. They can rip your arms off, they can even rip your entire face off your skull.
    Nobody, should ever have a chip, or any other ape, as a pet.

    • geoff says:

      Yes we saw the lady who’s face got ripped off by the chimp, horrible, horrible and horrible. Silly to think you could own that very strong animal.

      George your reply to Macha Iva about killing yourself seams a bit harsh.

  5. Otis R. Needleman says:

    That monkey looks a lot like my brother John.

  6. OldBikr says:

    Lovely story. Animals have real sympathy.

  7. Alaskan says:

    Holly freaking crap is that cute.

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  9. J.W. says:

    The story isn’t complete. The chimp’s chimp mom died and the animal (who lives in a zoo) had to be removed from the enclosure and hand reared by a human. When the zoo employee took the chimp home to care for it (they need serious 24hr care) the chimp bonded with their family dog and her puppies. The chimp, once stronger, will be returned to the zoo where it will live with its natural chimp family.

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