Chimp Leaps Into Former Caretakers Arms After Months Apart

Chimp Leaps Into Former Caretakers Arms After Months Apart

Animals are truly amazing creatures created by God. A lot of people think that animals do not have feelings or that they do not understand what a human is saying, but this particular video shows that this is absolutely not the case. Animals truly have a sixth sense and they can have feelings, just like we do.

Take this adorable chimpanzee, example. Limbani was born with pneumonia and he was rejected by his mother. When he was first taken in by the Zoological Wildlife Foundation, his care was an around the clock job. Without his mother, Limbani needed a lot of attention and one couple stepped up to the plate and helped the care for this sweet baby.

Now that Limbani is older, it has been a few months since he has seen his infant caretakers. But today, this selfless couple is visiting Limbani and this is one reunion that you don’t want to miss. Limbani is minding his own business in the kitchen when the couple makes a surprise visit.

This funny chimpanzee takes one look at them and immediately breaks out into excitement. He definitely did not forget his friends from when he was a baby. And I just love how he leaps into the man’s arms for the biggest hug.

The emotions are written all over Limbani’s face and it’s absolutely beautiful to watch. He knows exactly who these people are and he is so happy to see them again. Don’t you agree that all of God’s creatures are just amazing?

The pure excitement and joy when Limbani sees our close friends can only be appreciated if watched and heard. @misstyflower and her husband,Jorge, who helped us raise and take on full around the clock care for the first few months of his life. Limbani, who was born with pneumonia was rejected by the mother. Without human intervention and modern medicine he wouldn’t been here today. Tania and Jorge can go without seeing him for a couple months and his reaction is always the same. Limbani by far is the most loved of the entire ZWF family🖤 #humanlike #almosthuman #limbani #criticallyendangered #ape #intelligence #enrichment #nature_perfection #notpets #zwfmiami #zwf @limbanizwf

Posted by Zoological Wildlife Foundation on Sunday, June 17, 2018