Melvin G. Mudslinger.

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To avoid any concerns............All the species of monkey on Gibraltars' rock .....are free to roam - and are regularly fed....watered and very well cared for by staff........The tie strap seen on the fence post is there purely to secure only the post....and in no way restricts the animals movement ..........Dj....

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G Lokey on April 16, 2013

Don't know if you saw them, Dave, but what bothered me was the horde of wild moggies near the monkeys feeding station. The smell was unbelievable and although I'm a huge cat-lover I just had to turn my back on it all. Wonder if anyone feeds them??? Cheers, GL

david g Johnson on April 16, 2013

Geoff....we saw no cats at all..during the rock tour....but from what you say - they were probably damaging the tourists enthusiasm for visiting...and maybe they were 'moved on'.../...Plenty around town though..!...Cheers from..Dj.

G Lokey on June 12, 2013

Documentary on the Rock on Channel 5 at present narrated by Timothy Spall. Showed the team responsible for feeding the Barbarys led by an ex-British squaddie. GL.

david g Johnson on June 12, 2013

Gotcha on that thanks Geoff....I will be most interested........Cheers...Dj.

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