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Come see the difference your donations are making to AmazonShelter through the OmuuFund.
By purchasing Omuu, you have personally helped this charity. You are fighting climate change and giving back to the planet.
This baby night monkey arrived as an orphan after his mother was killed by poachers. Gizmo is being bottled fed milk until he is old enough to eat solid food.
Did you know, it is actually the male night monkey that cares for the young. Gizmo will be cared for until he is old enough to be released back into the Amazon rainforest and start a family of his own.
This juvenile striped owl was left homeless due to deforestation. Her nest was destroyed to make room for agriculture/ She was found crying out for her mother on the forest floor. Tiny is currently being treated for a broken wing. We will continue to support Tiny on her journey to recovery until she is strong enough to be released back into the Amazon rainforest and fly free again
The baby red howler monkey landed at the doorstep of AmazonShelter after his motherwas killed by poachers. Josito arrived completely debilitated, weak, unable to breath and suffering from a bad intestinal parasitic infection.
Unfortunately this happens too often at AmazonShelter. The OmuuFund will continue helping baby monkeys like Josito on their road to recovery and help fund their nutrition until they are well enough to be slowly integrated into a troop of their own and released back into the Amazon rainforest
Birds like James are frequently captured for the illegal pet trade. He is a blue and yellow macaw. James had been recued from his captors and was unfortunately diagnosed with a life threatening pneumonia at AmazonShelter. Once James is strong and healthy enough, he will be released back into the wild.
Two Toed Sloth
Two sloths have recently arrived at AmazonShelter with two very different problems. The first sloth was suffering from a flesh eating parasitic disease known as leishmania.
The second sloth arrived with electrocution after thinking a telephone wire was a branch. This unfortunately is a common occurrence as human populations push deeper into the jungle. Unfortunately neither sloth survived due to the severity of their wounds. This is the cruel reality of what is happening in the Amazon rainforest. The OmuuFund is committed to helping animals just like these two sloths
This woolley monkey was rescued recently from the illegal pet trade. All new arrivals into AmazonShelter must pass a full health check for infectious diseases and general bloods.
Did you know that in the Amazon rainforest, woolley monkeys can live to be 30 years old. Once integrated into a group of his own, Robby will eventually be realsed back into the rainforest.
Omuu is committed to helping AmazonShelter with new arrivals like Robby.
Baby Black Capuchin
This little baby black capuchin is currently being treated in the Veterinary clinic at Amazon Shelter for a severe infestation of intestinal parasites. He was rescued from the hands of poachers in the Amazon. The poachers killed his mother to keep him as a pet and sell him in the illegal pet trade. Sadly, a teddy is kept with this capuchin to resemble his mother. It offers only the slightest bit of comfort.
Omuu will help provide support for this little baby capuchin on his road to recovery and freedom back into the Amazon rainforest.
Bobby, a yellow footed tortoise was saved just as his shell was about to be sawn open by poachers. Sadly, eating Amazonian wildlife is the reality of why some of these beautiful creatures are being captured. They are sold at local meat markets. But this reality does not stop with just tortoises, even the monkey’s are being hunted for ‘bush meat’. This consumption of ‘bush meat’ can even lead to diseases spreading from wildlife into the human population, much like Covid-19. Bobby would have suffered greatly if he was not rescued by Amazon Shelter.
We will be updating this page with more animals you are helping through the Omuu Fund at our next donation.
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