Getting To Know Them Better

Keagan is a beautiful young adult female who was retired from entertainment and moved to the sanctuary in 2017 along with her older sister Bailey and her younger brother Archie.

Born originally in Miami, Keagan just happens to be our Louie & Pebbles’ younger
sister too!

Keagan is petite and appears much younger than her age, but she looks and acts very much like Pebbles. Both sisters are charming and mischievous at the same time.  Keagan has an interesting little grunt sound that she uses to communicate and “talk” to us throughout the day. And, she loves wearing fabric on her head often walking around under capes and blankets.

She spends her days playing with Archie and hanging out near Sunshine and Cahaya where Keagan is particularly watchful of our youngest little orangutan. When Cahaya climbs now to tall heights, Keagan is usually nearby being very protective of the baby… and Cahaya loves her aunt Keagan!

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Interesting Facts

  • Her caregivers would describe her as curious, innovative, and resourceful.


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