Collard Monkey Update w/Action

Collard Monkey Update w/Action

8UF is claiming the collar was removed from the Macaque photographed by the Silver River in FL, but will not provide any proof.
Unfortunately their past history does not lead one to believe they are one of a Reputable Organization.
1. They are claiming that only one macaque was collared.
2. They claim the one macaque was not injured, but will give no proof.
3.They acknowledged the Open Records Request sent on Tues, 10th 2015, the same day which is highly unusual for UF, but giving the benefit of the doubt, I will continue to wait a “reasonable amount of time” until further action is taken.
I have added pictures of this Rhesus Macaque, so you may see for yourself and make your own decision. There was no treatment given to the macaque, which should have been the very first thing done, that is if you want things done in a humane manner.They claim it causes less distress to catch the monkey to give veterinary care but they didn’t seem to think twice when the caught him to attach an oversized, stone-age collar, to “begin” an experiment, did they! Humane they say ….
If the collar was removed anyone in this area please keep your eyes open for a macaque with an injured neck. If you have friends that Kayak in this area please spread the word, they may help as well.
The pictures I have seen look as though, there are clearly injuries under the collar that need medical attention, this monkey must be in distress and I do not take UF’s “word” for anything!
They have as yet to give any type of proof concerning the health and welfare of this monkey and I dare say “are there more” was there really only one?
They say the collar is off they need to give proof, time being of the essence!
Please feel free to contact the names below, urging them to give us the proof needed that this monkey is doing well.

Time to take a stand , they offer us the avenues to speak with them which I have posted here for all and I do urge all to contact UF, either Janine Sikes or Sally Borger and get to the bottom of this. Where is this monkey and what is his well being.Too much time has passed, he could be suffering at this very moment … Call or e-mail Now!


One Response

  1. http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21528836.200-animals-are-conscious-and-should-be-treated-as-such.html

    Why does this poor thing have to wear that giant collar?

    Let’s put one on you and see how you like it.

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