Tina Huston: The real problem is not the scams; it's people thinking that they have a sense of entitlement to have these animals as "pets". It's selfish and inappropriate to think that these animals are a good fit as a "pet". People who do this are all about their egos and they lay trips on these animals to fill gaps in their low self esteems. The animal is the one who pays the price for this. They belong in the wild. If you want to feel good about yourself, do something to save their habitats. Fight the oil and gas companies and any other company that clear cuts jungle. Fight the people doing the chemtrail spraying. Donate the money you would have spent on this inappropriate "pet" and give it to a reputable organization who works to save their habitats.
Did you notice that this baby is crying for it's parent? That's where the poor little thing belongs...with its parent, not on this narcissist's finger. All it takes is a little empathy gang.
Paula Shelton: Despicable practice. Primates are not pets.
Mia Nygaard: Ok Michael poggi, u think you're so great because your making money! From taking a innocent little monkey from everything it could have been experiencing and selling it to retarded people who will cram it in a little freaking bird cage!!!!! How would you like to live in a cage for the rest of your life, I don't mean any offense but u need to be selfless and help these poor Monkeys live the life they should live!!! And get another job this is selfish and illegal and terrible!!!!!!!
Natalie Rose: I've seen the difference between marmosets in zoos and marmosets who'd been kept as pets and are now in a sanctuary. It's like night and day. If you HAVE to have one, do your research and realize that these creatures are PRIMATES and much more high maintenance than the typical cat or dog.
push1pinder: Or you could just not buy these animals as pets because they are WILD and not DOMESTICATED and don't deserve to be in your living rooms. They should be in the WILD because these are WILD animals and not DOMESTIC.
Julie Jeffers: All animals that have been raised in captivity deserve a loving home with someone experienced to care for it, the point is don't just get something because its cute , get it because you want it to be part of your family for as long as you and it will live some animals tend to outlive their owners so remember that if something were to happen to you, you have another member of your family or a very close friend who would take the best care of your little family member. Its not fair to them to have great care and then have none.
mr mr: monkeys are expensive lol
tony heuangpaseud: I always want one when I was a kid..but since im all grown up and got a job I still want one..where do I buy one as a pet.m
Brianna Romero: What if the monkey is sold on classifieds and says for adoption and that they are well trained and have all equipment and have a video of them with the baby monkeys would that count as a scam?
Kapoios Kapou: WHERE'S MY MONKEY BRIAN?
Jay Harris: Gosh. I want one of these. But there aren't any from where I am from. :(
Iain mclaren: Licence or not Michael, you're still a piece of crap. Do you trade human babies aswell? There's good money to be made there, desperate couples who can't have their own kids would pay through the nose. Look into it, I'm sure you'll do well.
usmccubsfan: Stop biting your nails!
Reign Massive: I like all the "animal activists" here. I don't own any animal but I feel like if I supported something so strongly, I'd put my time into personally stopping the distribution and not the sale. They obviously don't get that statement because they are trolling on the internet, it's way easier than spending time to cure a problem.
Gemma baby: You people are So thick here in the UK you used to need a licence to own one of these but now you can buy them in reptile exotic shops in essex! At £800! They can be kept as house hold pets but not kept In closure because that is cruel! Regular walks and runs around the house and plenty of play time the same with parrots they are wild animals but have been hand reared around humans and other animals to be household pets what's the difference?
Kim Twamley: For everyone saying that wild animals should not be kept as pets.. What about the theory of where dogs came from? In theory, wolves were domesticated for human companionship and protection. And slowly changed into dogs we own today. Their instincts were slowly diminished to create the lovable best friends we have today.
Garrett Spring: This guy even looks like a crook
Aleksandra Wójcik: Can someone help me? I live in UK and i have no idea where should i buy it and what should i buy for the monkey and about how many pounds does it costs!!
Jelani Bautista: Did anyone notice the finger monkey tried to get his face at 0:17