An Unlikely Friendship Between Monkeys and a Litter of Cats

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At the Bambalela Vervet Monkey Rehabilitation Center in South Africa, older vervet monkeys adopted a litter of wild cats that showed up at their enclosure at the center.

Vervet monkeys often have conflict with humans, so it came as somewhat of a surprise when the monkeys at the rehab center developed great relationships with their feline friends.

And the monkeys also feel and act calmer when they pet and groom the cats.

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