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Pet Surrender and Adoption (Hong Kong) for Small Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, and Invertebrates

Throughout the years we have been asked for help when pet owners had to give up their pets in Hong Kong. We have taken in a significant amount of animals in our facilities. They were either adopted by us and live here for a lifetime, or rehomed to appropriate caregivers.

Animals that are adopted by us have an opportunity to become our Animal Ambassadors if evaluated by our staff to be suitable.

If you need to surrender a pet, Contact us and leave details of your animals for adoption.

We’re Hiring!

Part-time Animal Handlers (few openings)

Job Highlights

  • A rare opportunity to work directly with wildlife professionals
  • Rare, paid experience working with animals which volunteers have to pay for in many organizations
  • Fun, joyful work environment
  • An occasion to work in private, exclusive venues with VIP guests
  • All tips go to the staff

Job Description

  • A passion for wildlife
  • Happy to handle small animals of all kinds (with training provided)
  • Willing to work with children
  • Work at different locations where some may not be near an MTR station
  • Work both indoors and outdoors
  • Team player who is willing to learn
  • High sense of responsibility and patience
  • Positive attitude
  • Able to work during:
    • Weekday mornings and afternoons
    • Weekend mornings and afternoons

If you are interested in this offer, please send us your CV.

We Went Live On TV

Toni was invited to go live on TV for RTHK 31 All Being Well with Alyson Hau and Ben Cullen. The entire team and the production are so professional. There’s no script and not much preparation in advance. That’s fun! They learned about animals. We learned how a live TV show is produced smoothly. Our panther chameleon and Dominican mountain boa were doing a great job as well!

Behind the scenes:

The Official TV show:

Ask A Zoologist — Tough Questions From Kids Answered

Questions for Toni from students of FabSummer School:

00:46 How old are you?

01:29 What type of animals are spiders?

02:19 What does nocturnal mean?

03:09 Why you don’t afraid of animals?

05:52 What animals do you like the most?

06:59 Can Axolotls actually regenerate their bodies?

08:25 How do pets eat Mr. Toni?

09:55 Can your spiders makes spider web?

10:17 Why didn’t your hedgehog quill you?

11:29 Why is your hair like this?

14:14 If beetles live for 3-6 months, how will they become adults sooo fast?

16:04 If the animal has no eye lids, how can we tell they are sleeping?

17:05 Why the python’s body is so fat while it’s head is so thin?

19:03 Do you have a snowy owl?

19:12 I wonder the animals live together in a cage? or live alone?

20:14 How do the snake pee?

21:26 Can Chameleons lose tail?

22:07 Why did you decide to become a zoologist?

22:47 What will eat snakes?

3D Animal Cakes In Hong Kong | 立體動物生日蛋糕 – 香港

During the over 4,000 kids parties we have done, we have tried all sorts of cakes you could buy in Hong Kong. Many animal-themed cakes were nice, but not quite like “real” animals.

We are specialized in wildlife and, on the side, our owner also runs a western restaurant in Central – That’s why we started making animal cakes!

Our cakes don’t only look great but also make a lot of sense biologically, based on the details of real animals – The body structure, colors, skin, scales, physical characteristics, and all details of the exact species that are literally living in nature.

All our cakes are custom. Other than realistic ones, if you’d like imaginary animals we can also make it. Please let us know your favorite animal and details for your cake.

Know Your Local Wildlife When Hiking In Hong Kong

The hiking trails have never been busier than now. It’s especially important to know about our local wildlife and what/how to do/not do when encountering them on a hike.

In this video Goatee Toni Kingston talks about Hong Kong Wildlife not just reptiles, mammals, and birds but also fish and plants!

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Also learn about the Hong Kong Wildlife we have recorded – Photos and descriptions of each species.