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The PetStoreMean animal

I bought a monkey from the PetStore. It is a very mean animal and the store won't take it back. It climbs up the curtains in the house and goes to the bathroom. I have to lock up my toothbrush so it won't touch it. The store says that they do not take monkeys back. The zoo is no help ! They say they have enough monkeys already ! Do not buy any monkeys from these people ! It is a TOTAL RIPOFF.


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    devilsadvocate4education Apr 17, 2009
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    I'm not really sure if this was meant ot be a joke or if it was serious. It is however typical enough for me to tell you to try looking up Jungle Friends in Florida and see if maybe they have some room (and make sure you do something for them in return please!). Anyone who thinks they want to take responsibility for something like a monkey should make sure they have plenty of experience at a sanctuary or other such venue before making that decision. Most won't make it after all seeing that that's where they tend to go past maturity and WHY. *just my opinions*

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    Kelsey Mar 27, 2009

    Maybe next time you decide to buy an exotic animal which does not belong in a household environment you should do alittle research, i don't know why you wouldn't expect a monkey to climb your curtains considering they are used to climbing trees

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