Madari, a female macaque, was rescued on the 29th October 2017 by Help in Suffering in Jaipur, India. She was found by a good samaritan outside a dhaba – a roadside eatery, popular with truckers. She is a bundle of mischief and a big conversationalist, constantly trying to talk to anyone who goes near her cage. It is quite apparent from her behaviour that she was once owned by someone who trained her do tricks on the roadside for entertainment – colloquially called madari.
She does not have any fingers on both her fore paws and it is likely these were cruelly amputated by her owner to attract sympathy from onlookers. It is a miracle that she escaped and survived such a cruel act.
Owing to her permanent disability, it will not be possible for her to fend for herself in her natural habitat so it has been decided to make her a permanent member of the Help In Suffering family. That is why she is now part of our sponsorship program and we hope that she will be permanently cared for by our sponsorship family.
Currently sponsored by:
1. Jackie Wigh, WA ($250)