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About C.A.R.E.

Rita Miljo - Director : 

Rita Miljo - Director Rita’s passion for baboons grew after she rescued a tiny orphan from a rubbish bin ... now she cares for over 350 baboons each day.

The Centre is situated near Phalaborwa, on the banks of the Olifants River, and is visited daily by a troop of wild baboons.. : 

The Centre is situated near Phalaborwa, on the banks of the Olifants River, and is visited daily by a troop of wild baboons..

The Centre is dedicated to the rehabilitation and care of orphaned wildlife, and specialises in the chacma baboon. : 

The Centre is dedicated to the rehabilitation and care of orphaned wildlife, and specialises in the chacma baboon.

Up to 50 orphaned “pink faces” are brought to C.A.R.E. each year, after their mothers are poisoned …shot …snared .. : 

Up to 50 orphaned “pink faces” are brought to C.A.R.E. each year, after their mothers are poisoned …shot …snared ..

Beaten, snared, trapped, shot, injured, caged .......all find refuge at C.A.R.E. : 

Beaten, snared, trapped, shot, injured, caged .......all find refuge at C.A.R.E.

Rita and her team of dedicated volunteers replicate the 24 hour nurturing that the mother would have provided. : 

Rita and her team of dedicated volunteers replicate the 24 hour nurturing that the mother would have provided.

The orphans observe the behaviour of the wild baboons, and learn valuable lessons to prepare them for life back in the wild. : 

The orphans observe the behaviour of the wild baboons, and learn valuable lessons to prepare them for life back in the wild.

The animals progress to the kindergarden, where a monitor supervises playtime. : 

The animals progress to the kindergarden, where a monitor supervises playtime.

The animals forge bonds with other troop members - friendships that will ultimately give the troop strength and security when released. : 

The animals forge bonds with other troop members - friendships that will ultimately give the troop strength and security when released.

Suitable safe, secure sites in protected wilderness areas are identified for the release of the troops : 

Suitable safe, secure sites in protected wilderness areas are identified for the release of the troops

Preparations are made, and the animals are loaded into travel cages. : 

Preparations are made, and the animals are loaded into travel cages.

After a period of orientation the troop is released to explore their new environment : 

After a period of orientation the troop is released to explore their new environment

Rita’s dream is to see all the cages at the Centre empty.But, where animals and man occupy the same environment it is inevitably the animals that will suffer, so, the need for C.A.R.E. remains. : 

Rita’s dream is to see all the cages at the Centre empty.But, where animals and man occupy the same environment it is inevitably the animals that will suffer, so, the need for C.A.R.E. remains.

Please help us to give the orphaned animals the opportunity to return to the wild where they belong... : 

Please help us to give the orphaned animals the opportunity to return to the wild where they belong...

C.A.R.E. Centre for Animal Rehabilitation and EducationPO Box 1937Phalaborwa, 1390 South Africacare@lantic.net+ 27 15 769 6251www.primatecare.org.za : 

C.A.R.E. Centre for Animal Rehabilitation and EducationPO Box 1937Phalaborwa, 1390 South Africacare@lantic.net+ 27 15 769 6251www.primatecare.org.za

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