I wonder if Amsel want one of these?

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by skullcrusher, May 27, 2009.

  1. skullcrusher

    skullcrusher New Member

    We have all seen the pics of Amsel's monkey. This would make it easier to find in the dark.

    Glowing Monkeys

    What's next, land sharks?
  2. AsmelEduardo

    AsmelEduardo New Member

    LOL I hadn't saw this thread....
    I don't need any other pet, after 1 Monkey, 2 Dogs, 2 Parrots, I'm just fine. :D
    Moya is getting old.... she is around 10 years old and needs more care and attention, after she pass I just want dogs, are easily to care. :rolleyes:
    When Moya figure out how to scape she climb very up high in her tree.... some time she does at night... that "glow" would be very useful at night ;) otherwise we offer food to get her down.

  3. spittinfire

    spittinfire New Member Supporter

    I didn't know you had a monkey!?!? Is that a fun pet?
  4. AsmelEduardo

    AsmelEduardo New Member

    About Moya

    Yes, It's a Venezuelan Red Howler Monkey (Alouatta Seniculus) named Moya, is very fun, but demanding at same time... you can't travel, you can't leave it alone at home, always someone has to take care of her... She sleep in a basket inside the house but every morning you have to put her in her tree and bring her down at night... she is hand feeded, but unpredictable with strange and unfamiliar people.... is some agresive with strange womens (she pull the hair of some girls visiting the house) as a female we think that is jealous....
    It was a gift to my girlfriend from a familiar, her mother was killed by biting an electricty cable so she was a orphan baby, my girlfriend bring her being just a baby.
    But on the bright side is fun, goofy, playful.... eat everything you can offer to her, always amaze us with her intelligence... is a nice pet, the only problem is that need a lot of care and attention...

    Me with Moya

    Read this!
    Last edited: Jun 17, 2009
  5. user4

    user4 New Member

    That f*cker looks evil.

    The monkey don't look too friendly, either :D
  6. mrm14

    mrm14 Active Member

    Back in the 1960's a school friend of mine family had 2 pet Capuchin monkeys. These little monkeys were kind of cool but you had to keep your eye on them. Alot of times when you turned your back on them they would run up and bite you in the A$$. They also would grab anything you had loose around your person and scurry away with it. The worst one of the two would sometimes throw his shat at people. After several years they had to give them away to a good home that could tollerate these little farts.