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Don’t Monkey Around with your Pet Monkey’s Name

Choosing a name for a pet monkey can be a fun and creative process. Here are some suggestions for names for pet monkeys:

  1. Banana
  2. Coco
  3. Kiki
  4. Mojo
  5. Simba
  6. Bongo
  7. Jax
  8. Zazu
  9. Mango
  10. Peanut
  11. Gizmo
  12. Charlie
  13. Mowgli
  14. Darwin
  15. Luna

It’s important to choose a name that fits your pet monkey’s personality and traits. When selecting a name for your pet monkey, you may want to consider its size, color, breed, or behavior. You can also get inspiration from movies, books, or pop culture references. Ultimately, the most important thing is to choose a name that you love and that your pet monkey responds to.

Elvis Presley had a pet monkey named Scatter. Elvis acquired Scatter, a chimpanzee, in the early 1960s and the monkey quickly became a regular companion to Elvis and his friends. Scatter was often seen wearing clothing and was even trained to perform tricks, such as opening cans of soda. Elvis was known for his love of animals and had several other pets, including dogs, horses, and peacocks.

There have been many famous pet monkeys throughout history, including:

  1. Michael Jackson’s pet monkey, Bubbles
  2. Ross Geller’s pet monkey, Marcel, from the TV show Friends
  3. Justin Bieber’s pet monkey, Mally
  4. Clint Eastwood’s pet monkey, Manis
  5. Johnny Weissmuller’s pet monkey, Cheetah, who appeared in several Tarzan films
  6. Cheeta the chimpanzee, who appeared in many films and TV shows in the 1930s and 1940s
  7. Paris Hilton’s pet monkey, Baby Luv
  8. Charley the Chimp, a famous performer in the early 20th century
  9. Peggy, the pet monkey of fashion designer, Tommy Hilfiger
  10. Boo Boo, a Capuchin monkey who starred in the TV series, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”.

It is important to note that while pet monkeys may seem cute and entertaining, keeping them as pets is often illegal and can be harmful to the animal’s well-being. Monkeys are social animals that require specialized care and attention that most people are not equipped to provide.