Alongside a photo of the two lemurs tucking into a meal of fruit, a post read: “Reunited in time for a late lunch. Thank you SO much to everyone who helped this morning and called to help.”
Unfortunately, the fire caused a lot of damage to the buildings and land at Copsewood, but the team added that they were thankful that “very few other animal injuries” had occurred.
“It’s a sad day here with the extent of the damage done at Copsewood within outhouses that go back long before Eddie to when the Baker sisters were farming the land but glad to have these two back and thankfully very few other animal injuries and no one else harmed,” the animal centre said.
Yesterday afternoon, Copsewood said that “the aviary itself with birds was not affected” by the blaze.
In a message on their social media accounts, they thanked “everyone for their concerns this morning, thankfully the fire has now been put out.”
“Thank you also to Bray Gardai and Bray & Greystones Fire Services for the speedily response and hard work from the early hours,” Copsewood representatives added.