Naamon recently left the entertainment industry. Although out of a life in captivity, the effects of the life she once lived can be seen from her habitual behaviours. Being born and raised in captivity, Naamon was raised to ‘dance’ for her food from infancy. Naamon bops her head back and forth, vigorously when she is stressed out, asking for treats, or wants attention. Naamon’s habitual behaviour was the reason she was rejected by other sanctuaries in Phuket. Naamon is currently going through a strict rehabilitation regiment in hopes of helping her break out of her habitual behaviour.
Naamon is the proud mother of Baby Taanwa.