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 before we can release it back to the wild. Your donations pay for guide salaries, radio collars, emergency cages, medicines for sick and injured animals, transport to bring animals to rescue centres, empowerment education materials and similar costs. This is an excellent way to help with our current projects and you get a single adoption pack in return for your support.

Adoptions last for one year. Your adoption pack will include a certificate, photograph, description of your animal, the latest Little Fireface Project newsletter, and a small slow loris present that varies from pack to pack.

Our adoptees represent our project in various ways. Azka is our resident playboy adult loris, and with every turn he teaches us something new about slow lorises. Our radio tracking team is following him through the fields around Cipaganti village and learning how lorises cope with life in an agroforest. He is also stretching our knowledge about loris social organisation, and due to his feisty nature, we are learning just for what reason lorises have venom! Lucu is our young lady – her name means funny! She was born on the edge of the village around December 2012. Through observing her, we will learn how lorises grow, disperse and develop through watching her adorable antics. Honey the loris almost spent his whole life as a loris pet; due to our massive education efforts in the area, he was brought to us by villagers, and is now released to the wild with a radio collar. Honey represents ‘wildlife trade’. Sometimes we do find sick and injured lorises so adoptions can help with their care. Adoptions also allow us to support our rescue centre partners when they are in dire need. Javan slow lorises are amongst the top 25 most endangered primates on Earth and everyone is special.

All deluxe adoption packs include a certificate, photograph, description of your animal, and the latest Little Fireface Project newsletter in a beautiful loris folder as well as a signed thank you card from the team from Java one of Amank’s hand-carved loris necklaces (see photos for two of the styles – everyone is different)!


Azka - £20/£50

He may be venomous, but this loving lad would love to be adopted!

Standard Adoption - £20

DELUXE Adoption - £50

Honey - £20/£50

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

Standard Adoption - £20

DELUXE Adoption - £50

Lucu - £20/£50

Watch this adorable little girl grow up!

Standard Adoption - £20

DELUXE Adoption - £50

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8 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

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