When Princesa’s present humans Jenny and Jimmy Desmond entered her existence, it was not long after she had been sacrificed. They have a deep affection for animals, and Princesa clearly understood this since the comforting dog gave solace to the chimps who had lost their family in the most organic way.
Princesa undoubtedly understands that everyone deserves a second chance at life, which explains her keen interest in the welfare of these primates. When this dog was saved from the shelter, she was only a year old.
The instant the Desmonds arrived, Princess exhibited a strong interest in them. The lovely puppy sought to catch her eye to let them know she wanted to be adopted by them, and she was successful.
The Desmond family made the decision to travel to ten different nations in order to aid numerous animals, demonstrating their fervent affection for these species.
The Desmonds, with assistance from the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and numerous local rescue teams, opted to take over when the New York Blood Center (New York Blood Center) abandoned scores of chimpanzees.
The chimpanzees would have most likely perished if the Desmonds hadn’t reached out to them.
The Desmond family, which included the princess, traveled to Liberia, where they continued to provide homes and medical care for the animals that were the victims of illegal hunting in addition to working in solidarity with these abandoned primates.