National Anti-vivisection Society


National Antivisection Society

Animal rescues

Lab monkeys rehomed

In December 2009 ADI brought Baloo, Betty and Boo to safety in the UK. The 3Bs", who we rescued from a major European animal research laboratory, had been used in neurology experiments.

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In the early hours of the morning, the monkeys are handed over to ADI.

The monkeys are about to begin their journey to freedom.

The monkeys are loaded onto their flight to the UK.

Great care is taken to ensure the monkeys' safety.

Jan Creamer, ADI Chief Executive, checks the monkeys on arrival at Heathrow.

Inside the crate, he monkeys seem unconcerned by their journey.

Loaded for the journey to the sanctuary, into the quarantine van.

The travel crate is carried to the quarantine facility at the sanctuary.

The vet oversees the monkeys being taken into the quarantine unit at Lakeview.

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