When Keeva's mom ditched her at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore (because that's how some parents are), she has been placed with a surrogate chimpanzee at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo. Here's baby Keeva's journey from one home to another
Keeva being held by Claire MacNamara, Chimp Forest Area manager.
Dr. Anne Rivas, a Maryland Zoo in Baltimore veterinarian, checks on the health of Keeva, a chimpanzee born two weeks ago at the zoo, as MacNamara, Chimp Forest Area manager, holds the chimp. The baby is held 24 hours a day, just as her mother would. Keeva was removed from her mother, Carole, who was not taking care of her.
MacNamara holds Keeva as Dr. Rivas, a Maryland Zoo in Baltimore veterinarian, checks on the health of the chimp. MacNamara is on an eight hour shift caring for the chimp.
MacNamara holds baby Keeva as Dr. Rivas checks on the health of the chimp.
Dr. Rivas watches Keeva squirm around as MacNamara readjusts the fake fur vest she's wearing.
MacNamara bottle feeds little Keeva while wearing a fake monkey fur vest that Keeva can grab on to.
Keeva's a satisfied little fuck as rests in the arms of MacNamara after a bottle feeding.
Who's in love with Keeva already?