True to his clinical upbringing, Jeep's home is simply dubbed Island 3. And, also like his former home, Jeep still lives with his mother. Sadly, his father has since died.
The similarities end there.
Today, Jeep is reclaiming the childhood that was denied him at the New York Blood Center.
"Jeep has grown into an extremely large, strong chimpanzee," Save the Abandoned Chimps writes in a Facebook post. "He is quite well-known for throwing rocks or coconuts if he does not receive what he wants quickly enough.
"Besides practicing his aim, Jeep enjoys wrestling with Yuletide, one of the oldest - and largest - chimpanzees."