"I don't know, I was raised like that. My mother was the same way and so was my father. My mother brought home every animal too, like I do."
You've heard of a doggy door, she has a monkey door at her house that Lemur uses. Inside she has a cage for her capuchin monkeys. She says feeding them is a challenge everyday, but she says everyone likes chocolate chip cookies.
"Constantly feed them, we do baby formula, baby food, change diapers, give baths. Just like taking care of a kid."
When she goes to the grocery store, her cart is loaded.
"When I go to the grocery store, I have a basket filled with celery, broccoli, carrots. I have bags and bags of apples."
The marmosets are just 6 months old and always love kisses, but have to be fed in a strange way.
"Their fathers feed them through their mouths, that's how they eat. It was disgusting, after a while you're like, you're it's mother."
Bailey says that kangaroo's and monkeys are much easier to care for than dogs and cats.
"They don't smell when they get wet. They can potty train easy. They're a loving animal."