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Welcome
to our world

Bali Monkey Rescue (BMR) is committed to rehabilitating the Long Tailed Macaque Monkeys that have suffered extreme abuse.   All our rescues were either abandoned or passed from home to home, never receiving adequate care or a stable environment.

 

They led dismal lives and many were kept alone in small cages, often for years before coming to BMR.   We focus on a holistic approach to overcome the trauma they have suffered and providing a haven from fear and hunger. 

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Protection & rehabilitation

Bali Monkey Rescue (BMR) is committed to rehabilitating the Long Tailed Macaque Monkeys that have suffered extreme abuse.   All our rescues were either abandoned or passed from home to home, never receiving adequate care or a stable environment.

 

They led dismal lives, and many were kept alone in small cages, often for years before coming to BMR.   We focus on a holistic approach to overcoming the trauma they have suffered and providing a haven from fear and hunger. 

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Considered a common species

Long Tailed Macaques are not protected under Indonesian Law.  There is no safeguard for the abuse they suffer daily. Every year approximately 3000  Macaque babies are stolen from their mothers, who are killed in their fruitless attempt to protect their young. The stolen babies face an uncertain future. Many are sold in local markets, trained as dancing monkeys or used for medical research.

 

Your support is vital to us. Never underestimate the difference one person can make! There are many ways you can get involved. While funding is urgently needed to continue our program and support monkeys from abused situations; you can also help in other ways by bringing awareness of the plight of the victims from the illegal wildlife trade.

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Far from their jungle home 

For years we have witnessed many heart-breaking stories of the lives of monkeys in dire need of rescuing.  The monkeys that arrive at our centre are often malnourished and traumatised with severe behaviour problems such as pacing, rocking, self-harm and food issues. 

 

All our rescues were either abandoned or passed from home to home, never receiving adequate care or a stable environment.  

 

Responsible

primate care 

 Few people can provide a lifetime of responsible care to house and manage primates.  To refuse a monkey in need is not an option for us, so please consider supporting us and championing our cause to continue rescuing Bali's abused monkeys and provide a safe environment.  

Without

a foundation

of support

Rescuers carry the costs of this ever-growing problem.

Sadly, our resident monkeys are unable to return to the wild

but will spend the rest of their lives under the protection of Bali Monkey Rescue

 

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We are
family

After their rescue, the naturally social Macaque Monkeys often fear their kind and need long-term rehabilitation and care to integrate into natural groups. This is important because they will only be able to live as they were meant to; with other monkeys. 

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We Care

We are always looking for prospective grandmas, grandpas, aunties and uncles for our monkeys.  Bali Monkey Rescue is home to 41 Long Tailed Macaque Monkeys, with many more on the emergency list. Your sponsorship will give a monkey adequate food, shelter, social interactions with other monkeys, and medical checks and treatments as required. 

 

Please give a

WE CARE DONATION OF SUPPORT 

Pay Pal however if you would like to use 

another account 

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