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😭SEPTEMBER 5th 2006 – JAK & TOUZO
Many years have passed already and I’m still too emotional about it. I miss THEM badly!

🦍THIS 1st OF SEPTEMBER we celebrate the BIG AND SMALL PRIMATES as well as all the NGOs that fight every day to give THEM a second chance!

🌴LOCKDOWN HAS BEEN LIFTED-our workers are now back with their families after 5 months of lockdown. We are more worried than ever: the virus is still around and might enter the sanctuary at any time…

🌿J.A.C.K. /3 DAYS LEFT TILL LOCKDOWN IS LIFTED – a happy team tonight as all our staff members will soon go back home after a 5-month lockdown! The virus is still around and more challenges are to come😢
#DECONFINEMENT #equipe
#lockdown #staff

🌴COZY BEDDINGS every night! Thanks to our great team, grass is cut and dried daily for our hairy family
#primate #wildlifeconservation

While Gracia met her doctor, I took her baby to be weighed. Eliezer weighs a bit more than 11 lbs and has gained about 4.8lbs in 42 days…So glad Mom and baby are doing great!!

 

🥒54 meals are cooked daily for our locked down team. I personnaly cook international dishes and introduce new veggies the team has never tasted before sothat they disvover new flavors

🐵Playful moments between Tommy and Mata. Luna is more interested in the camera

 

😢 Our big male Coco  kept under observation since he has a lesion on his left eye… keep HIM in your thoughts

 

It’s been a month now that baby ELIEZER joined our team that has been lockdown at our home. ELIEZER indeed is 1 month old today. He gained some weight and, just like his mother, he is doing very well.

Unlike all the members of the team of J.A.C.K. , Eliezer’s parents were confined at our house on April 1st. Gracia, his mother, was pregnant and all her medical expenses (regular check ups, delivery & hospialization) were covered thanks to the wonderful generosity of two great friends, Rebecca & Bob.

Gracia has been very lucky to give birth in a “lockdown mode”: the clinic stuck to our lockdown rules (personal room & bathroom, no visits except the doctors’ and mine) and we knew Mama and baby were in good hands!

Delivery was long and painful. During her stay, Gracia was spoilt by the nurses who I thank again from the deepest of my heart as they did a very good job!!!

Today, we are all happy that Eliezer is healthy and growing well. He has a big brother, Elvie (6 years old) and a sister, Emmanuella (3).

Many thanks again to Rebecca and Bob for their amazing suport during these very partcular times. Also, thanks again to the Clinic, its kind Managers & team for all that they have done for Gracia & her baby.

 

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