International Primate Rescue currently cares for more than 100 primates, including Marmosets, Capuchins, Macaques, Grey Mouse Lemurs, Tamarins, Squirrel Monkeys, Mona Monkeys, and Patas Monkeys. Many of these primates are hand-reared former pets who arrive with behavioral problems and require rehabilitation from psychological disorders. The sanctuary, which is located in Pretoria, South Africa, houses exotic primates that cannot be returned to the wild. The time and focus of sanctuary staff are aimed at ensuring all enclosures are as suitable and comfortable for each primate as possible. The demand for this service is growing. We receive a constant stream of requests to rescue homeless primates in South Africa and abroad. To keep up with the demand, the sanctuary is expanding on a daily basis.