The first July baboon was rehomed by BearBearD who won the right to rehome a baboon in the Jubilee competition. Bear called his baboon Bobby to retain his English roots.
I am sure Bobby is very happy living in a sunny state near the beach!
The next July baboon was rehomed by Jeego (SeattleP) who offered a home to a baboon.
Jeego had a competition to name her baboon. The winner was Mario who suggested Ringo because of the ring of yellow wiskers that he has around his chin. I know Ringo is settling in well and will enjoy his new life.
Yoshi (@CarpetScooter) had a really amazing rehoming experience. Yoshi and his mum were interested in having a baboon and also love slothes. When I came across a baboon and a slothe who were looking for a home together I knew exactly who would be the right rehomer for them. What a coincidence.
Cheeks the baboon and Slowpoke the sloth are clearly making good friends with Yoshi.
The next baboon went to live with @JigsawBear in Kansas, we think he must be the first baboon in Wichita.
Jigsaw and Busu (meaning kiss) are getting to know eachother and Busu is keeping Jigsaw company while ArchieSteiff is away.
Tommy Pug kindly offered a home to a baboon
You can see that Tommy greeted Austin and they are making close friends.
Finally, for July, @SouthseaBear won the Olympic rehoming.
SouthseaBear and Kenneth (so he has initial K like Kolo) look to be very sweet friends.
Well thank you to everyone who has rehomed a baboon. Three more have been rehomed in August but one is still on his way so I will blog about them in September. I am planning to meet up with some rehomed baboons in Texas and Boston this year.
One quick update from June is that Oatuling's baboon finally arrived in Canada and has already set off on a road trip.
Here are Oatuling and Ozzie (Osbourne named after Osbourne house on the island where Baboon HQ is situated! Getting ready to go on their road trip.
I love hearing about all the baboons and seeing pictures and thank you to all of you for your intrest in baboons.