Flower - £25/£55

Watch this adorable little boy grow up!

Standard Adoption (UK) - £25

DELUXE Adoption (UK) - £55

Lia- £25/£55

Lia represents the sick, injured and captured lorises that come our way!

Standard Adoption (UK) - £25

DELUXE Adoption (UK) - £55

OneEye - £25/£55

This tough lady shows us exactly how she survives when there is no forest left!

Standard Adoption (UK) - £25

DELUXE Adoption (UK) - £55

Loris Adoption

 Support the Little Fireface Project by adopting one of our wild lorises or helping with a sick or injured animal that needs care. Your donations pay for aspects such as emergency cages, medicines for sick and injured animals, transport to bring animals to rescue centres, tracker salaries, radio collars, and education materials.


Adoptions last for one year. Your standard adoption pack will include a personalised certificate, photograph, description of your animal, subscription to the Little Fireface Project newsletter, and a slow loris present that varies from pack to pack, all for £25. Deluxe adoptions include all of the above plus a post card from our team, a sticker and a slow loris tote bag, for £55.  IF THE ADOPTION IS A GIFT PLEASE NOTE TO WHOM IT SHOULD BE MADE OUT IN THE MESSAGE TO SELLER BOX ON PAYPAL.

Our gifts vary based upon availability. In general, our adoptions will include our newly designed slow loris cuddly toy, or one of a range of our hand-carved slow loris items; for standard adoptions, this is a key ring or magnet and for deluxe adoptions, this is an item of jewellery. Your gift will be chosen from the range available on our Etsy shop.

This year’s adoptees are:

One Eye: followed since 2012, One Eye helps us to know how adult slow lorises adapt to life in a forest converted by humans to agriculture. This information is vital for long-term habitat protection and reforestation. Supporting her also helps our important reforestation and tree nursery programmes, and education with local adults.

Flower: Flower, or Bunga in Bahasa Indonesian, is the son of our famous loris Speedy, or Tereh. Following him helps us to understand how baby lorises grow up,; understanding how babies leave home will help to inform reintroduction programmes. Supporting him also helps in our local conservation education programmes with children.

Lia: Lia shows the example of how our education and outreach has swept over the area where we work. Rescued from illegal trade, Lia was brought for rehabilitation at our partner rescue centre before going home to the wild. Supporting her also helps in our important illegal wildlife trade work.


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21 thoughts on “Loris Adoption

  1. i super finds that there is such an organization for these great animals.
    i like to help you with a adoption!
    thank you for this….

  2. These animals are so lovely, and I’m glad this project exists to help them. Admiring the looks of an animal doesn’t mean you need to possess one. I’d rather sponsor one and know it’s happy in the wild instead of suffering in my home. I adopted Tahini, and I will be back to do more adoptions and donate where I can. I’ve been telling others I know who love animals about this project. Keep up the wonderful work!

  3. I admire your work! I wolud like to help by adopting one and am spreding the word among my friends about your organzation.
    I come from Croatia and wanted to ask if it’s possible to donate from my country.namely,Croatia is not offered as an option when I wanted to donate.If not by adopting,I’d be more than happy to donate in another way.
    Thank you

  4. I found your project website by accident and am so pleased I did. I have posted it on my Facebook page and every update I get I share with all my friends. Knowledge is a wonderful tool where conservation is concerned. Good luck and keep up the good work on our behalf

  5. I have a question; relating these amazing animals. Like said above. I i possess one at home… am i causing this animal to suffer?

    • Obviously it depends on how you care for it if you cause it suffering. But removing these animals from the wild is already suffering enough. How did you acquire the loris? It is vital it is allowed to be active at night, that it still gets fresh air and daylight when sleeping, that you feed it a well-balanced diet (e.g. NOT all fruits! but gums, insects, vitamins)…that it has health checks, but worst of all lorises are very social to their own kind so in that sense it will always suffer

  6. Hello I run guided tours in Hastings, East Sussex and we always like to support a couple of charities each year. For the coming season I would like to donate a percentage of our profit to your project. Would you be able to email me a logo that I can put on my website?
    best wishes

  7. The cruelty to these beautiful little primates is staggering, I greatly admire your work and hope that the project goes from strength to strength. I will help when I can and will be telling everyone I come across , awareness is key !

  8. The cruelty to these beautiful little primates is staggering. I greatly admire your work and hope that the project goes from strength to strength. I will continue to help when I can and shall be telling everyone I come across, awareness is key.

  9. Hello :)

    Me and my boyfriend are going to Indonesia this august to participate in the IVSA World Congress about animal welfare for vet students and I wanted to ask if there would be any possibility to visit the Lories you are caring for?

    With kind regards, Karin

  10. I had heard about Slow Lorises before and foolishly thought of them as cute and cuddly fur-balls with oh-so-cute big eyes…
    But since I saw the BBC documentary Jungle Gremlins of Java, which has been broadcasted in German TV some weeks ago, I just couldn’t forget those horrible and utterly utterly heartbreaking pictures of those captured Lorises (and all those other poor ceatures) in that abhorrent animal market. I had to fight the urge to cry very hard while sitting in front of the TV.
    So I wanted to help and searched the I-net. I’am happy that I found Nocturama and with it the direct link to what I saw and learned from/about those fascinating Creatures.
    I adopted lovely Honey today and have already adopted lil’ Cepat on International Animal Rescue (he’s in the IAR’s Primate Rehabilitation Centre in Ciapus, Java). I’ve been absolutely thrilled to find out that he’s the little chap who had been rescued during the documentary by Prof Nekaris! Oh, I could write a lot more 😉 Please keep fighting! Many kind regards from Germany!

  11. Hi there,
    I found your website and am so move about this..
    I have 3 slowloris in my house in Jakarta.. My hubby bought it at animal market in Barito 2 years ago and we would like to give them better life and be free where they belong ..
    We already contacted IAR ( international animal rescue ) in Bogor but no replay back..
    Please let us know how to give those lil guys change to live on their natural habit by giving them to the right hands..

    Thank you for your attention,
    Sarah Louis.

  12. I have a question, is the adoption a lifetime adoption, or does it need to renewed every year? I saw a BBC documentary on these creatures on German TV and was totally fascinated. Great work!

    • Hello! It is just once a year…it is only £20 per year…you do keep your certificate etc and the lovely gift for life :-) with kind regards Anna

  13. after someone posted a youtube video of a slow loris on my facebook I decided to do some research on the beautiful creature, and after only a few minutes of reading I found myself in tears.. I immediately wanted to help in any way, and I’m so thankful for you and everything that you do to help spread education about this amazing animal. I’m glad I was given the opportunity to symbolically adopt a slow loris and now I will do everything in my power to continue your great work over here in the states. Thank you Thank you Thank you.

  14. I know the standard adoption is not much but I wanted to do what I could in order to help this amazing animal! I adopted Lucu in honor of my mother, Lori. She loves these animals so this adoption was the perfect Christmas gift for her! Thank you for all that you do to help the Slow Loris! :)

  15. Hello. Are deluxe adoptions available for supporters in Australia? I would like to do this for my daughter who is in love with the loris. Thanks.

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