What was Elvis's pet monkey's name?

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It took me time to find this one. I didn't know Elvis had a pet monkey. Thought he was passionate towards jelly rolls. The monkey's name was "Scatter." 

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I didn't know he had a pet monkey and I can't believe it's taken this long to find out!!! Surprised

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