Thursday, March 20, 2008

Kermit's Community featured on Good Morning America

The former OSU chimpanzees (aka Kermit’s Community, aka The Keithville Krewe) who comfortably reside at Chimp Haven in Keithville, Louisiana will be featured on Good Morning America, Friday March 21, 2008!

Recently the lawsuit between Chimp Haven and Primarily Primates Inc. was dismissed however Chimp Haven has recently filed a motion for a new trial that would prevent the return of the six chimpanzees back to PPI. The chimps have found refuge at Chimp Haven and deserve to live the rest of their lives in peace. No amount of repair of restructuring of personnel can counteract the psychological and physical traumas the chimpanzees endured while housed at PPI. To return them to the facility that destroyed their livelihood would be nothing short of abusive and inhumane.

To learn how you can support the chimpanzees at Chimp Haven please visit or

To view the segment on GMA visit:


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any and all information about our OSU chimps is wonderful. "Friends of Animals" is clearly a misnomer - if the peple in this organization were truly friends of animals, they would do what is best for our chimps, and not what is best for the financial interests of Primarily Primate$ - or maybe we should call them Primarily Promoney?

12:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is definately a monetary angle with Friends of Animals. When the Attny General stepped in "Friends of Animals" stated that the AG was not really interested in animal welfare, but that there were "those out there" who were interested in the PROPERTY that PPI is on. Friends of Animals was worried about keeping possesion of the prime real estate NOT the primates. Recently "Friends Of Animals" has stated that they want the OSU Chimps back in order to use them to generate money. I would tend to agree the the ultimate goal is to be Primary Promoney, not about quality of life and well being of those in their care.

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw Kermit's Community on a Discovery Channel show two years agoce of the Chimpanzees moved me to tears,and it changed my way of thinking about Man's closest relatives. When I read the story about how Kermit's Community was rewarded for their talents by being shipped to a hell hole masquerarding as a chimp sanctuary, I was floored and disgusted. I thank Chimphaven for stepping up and providing these remarkable creatures a home where chimps can be chimps. I'll do anything to to make sure that Chimphaven will always be their home! I've been to Chimphaven. It's a world class sanctuary where man's closest relatives can live in dignity in a community of chimps. Even better news is that the "Chimphaven is Home Act" has become US law which closes a despicable loophole that allowed chimps in Federal sanctuaries to be recalled back to lab testing. If the Friends of Animals were truly friends of animals, they will call off their despicable suit which regards chimps as "proerty". Well these chimps aren't property. They are sentient beings, and humans owe them the respect these creatures deserve.

3:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Errata: The first sentence of my post should have read, "I saw Kermit's Community on a Discovery Channel show two years ago and the brilliance of these Chimpanzees moved me to tears,and it changed my way of thinking about Man's closest relatives." My apologies for the syntax error.

3:50 PM  
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