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Read Britches' Story
Britches was the name given by researchers to a Stump-tailed Macaque monkey who was born into a breeding colony at the University of California, Riverside in March 1985. He was removed from his mother at birth and had his eyelids sewn shut as part of a three-year maternal and sensory-deprivation study involving 24 infant monkeys. Read more...

Britches On Video
Watch the video of Britches' liberation from a laboratory, plus our own video about the Britches Campaign! Watch here...

 

Britches Campaign
The Britches Campaign is touched to learn about the work being carried out by Save the Chimps and wants to help provide a permanent sanctuary for the lifelong care of chimpanzees rescued from research laboratories, entertainment and the pet trade. Read more...

Other Campaigns
We are currently highlighting two other campaigns: Apes Used In Entertainment and the supply of Nepalese Monkeys For Use In Vivisection. Find out how you can help. Read more...


Britches T-Shirts
One of a kind Britches T-shirts are now available to buy. Each purchase raises funds which go directly towards helping the rescue and rehabilitation of primates in need. Find out more...

 

 

 

 

 

Petitions

    Tell UK Government to Ban Primate Experiments! View...

    Stop the Primate Pet Trade in the UK View...

    Save Chimpanzees from the Bushmeat Trade! View...

    Palm Oil Industry and the Plight of the Orangutans View...

    Law Against Tests on Monkeys in Switzerland View...

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