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Justin Bieberand his capuchin, Mally—who was seized by German officials and quarantined last week—may have a chance at reuniting once again, but it seems as though his pet monkey is doing just fine, regardless.
PETA Germany has been in touch with the shelter where Mally is being held, and tell E! News that he is "being treated wonderfully well." They state that the monkey is in "excellent hands and in a safe place, and will be integrated with other monkeys so that he can receive the social interaction vital to his well-being and psychological growth."
Additionally, PETA states, "Young people often acquire animals without considering the impact or consequences, and Justin Bieber likely had no idea that Mally was a baby, taken away from [his] mother at way too young an age. We trust that he'll do the right thing and pay for Mally to stay in Europe with people who are sensitive to, and familiar with, [his] unique needs."