The Vervet Project
Betty and her friends need your help. Betty was shocked on power lines as a very young monkey. When found her injuries were so terrible that she required amputation of the injured leg. Since she is not endemic to Florida, we cannot release her back to her troop. She, and others like her, will now need to be cared for in captivity for the rest of their lives.
Other monkeys like her are suffering a similar fate as population growth and development pushes them into dangerous areas.
Chase Sanctuary has joined forces with “The Dania Beach Vervet Project” to provide medical care, enrichment, nutrition and housing for these gentle souls.
Both sanctuaries need your help to provide for these monkeys. Currently there are 5 monkeys in need of our care. Three are in enclosures we already built. Two more await completion of the next enclosure which, we hope, will be done and permitted in two weeks. Without our help, once injured these monkeys are left to suffer. They are not afforded protection or help anywhere else.
Will you help Betty and her friends? Every little bit helps. All donations are tax deductible. For information regarding corporate sponsorships, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Webster, Fl 33597