I was born November 7, 1971, to my parents Bea and Harold at The Buckshire Corporation, a supplier of primates to be used in research and entertainment. Aside from routine physicals, not much else is known about my early years. There is limited documentation of this time, but it is known I arrived at The Coulston Foundation in 1982, at the age of eleven, and was placed in the breeding program. I had six babies, most of them born very closely together. At one point during this time I gave birth four consecutive years.
This all came to an end in 2002 when Save the Chimps took over The Coulston Foundation. My best friends Linda and Alison and I became part of a large family group. Me and my two best friends later moved to Tapioca’s building and enjoyed exploring our island and basking in the sun side by side. Sadly, Linda has since passed away but I am still very close to Alison and Howard stepped in to help me while I was grieving. I frequently nap on the platforms on my island, enjoying the warm sun and the refreshing breeze. Although the first part of my life was filled with sadness, my future is bright as I live out retirement surrounded by peace and love.