Insatiable Jesus: Contents Under Pressure: The monkey is still a baby and can be rehabbed so that it fits in with other monkeys.-------------------------------I am so glad that you anthropomorphic people have your priorities straight. Monkey rehab? Really? What a brilliant use of our limited time and resources when the human world is burning.
Insatiable Jesus: The only thing in the story that isn't loathsome is the monkey. Dumbass owner on one hand and anthropomorphically deranged shelter worker could both help the world out by having a head on car crash.
MorePeasPlease: MorePeasPlease: ORLY idiot, then what's the one in the coat-an ape?Welcome to my ignore list, dude.
ariosto: MorePeasPlease: MorePeasPlease: ORLY idiot, then what's the one in the coat-an ape?Welcome to my ignore list, dude.You forgot to change accounts before posting your reply, FYI.
FriarReb98: I totally missed this story, background please??
dogdaze: Why did she lose it in the first place?
WhoGAS: Any text story for this?
BojanglesPaladin: Max Awesome: Humans farked-up this poor little animal, so it should be the responsibility of humans to fix it so that it can at least live with it's own kindGood point. You are probably human, so I designate YOU to take care of that expense.Start writing those checks man, what are you waiting for?
durbnpoisn: Here is my $0.2.Too often do people mistake the cute actions of monkeys as SO addorable only because they are so human-like. And perhaps they are. But most monkey species are not domesticated. They could snap at any moment.But here is the other side of the situation. That woman raised that little guy from a baby. He now expects his human contact. If they put him into a cage with a bunch of other monkeys, he's not going to know how to take care of himself. He'll probably wind up hurt or dead.This woman did a terrible disservice to this poor little fella's life.Well, since the damage is done, just let her have it back.
Curious: all that crap from the woman at the shelter about how the monkey would be able to express itself as a monkey and commune with the other monkeys is PC bullshiat.they are going to keep in in a cage and hustle folks to pay for it.
STRYPERSWINE: Really? I'm the only one who thinks this is sad? That the monkey is a scared child being taken away from the only home that he knows?
The All-Powerful Atheismo: Joe Peanut: dogdaze: Why did she lose it in the first place?Monkeys aren't very good at following commands such as "wait in the car while I shop for crappy furniture".I know MY monkey never follows orders.
MorePeasPlease: MorePeasPlease: Neither of the photos in question contain images of monkeys. Your argument is invalid.ORLY idiot, then what's the one in the coat-an ape?
mark12A: I had a couple of Rhesus monkeys when I lived in the Philippines. Oh yeah, deys cute as a button when young, but damm, when they grow up they are mean, mean, attack machines. Prepetual two year old brats with nasty teeth. They cannot be pets. Period.
GBB: Am I the only one that thought "employee" when I read "IKEA monkey"?
Diogenes: kombat_unit: Was the monkey illegally possessed?I think the Church frowns on all possessions.
Joe Peanut: dogdaze: Why did she lose it in the first place?Monkeys aren't very good at following commands such as "wait in the car while I shop for crappy furniture".
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