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Animal Adoption

Be a Lifesaver

Adopt an Animal

With a Zoos SA’s animal adoption, you can not only deepen your relationship with a favourite animal, you’ll become an important contributor to the conservation work that we do.

Animal adoptions are ideal as a gift for friends and family or simply as a way for you to further assist the work of Zoos SA which is a not for profit conservation charity.

All animal adoptions are 100% tax deductable.

All animal adopters receive:

  • A personalised Animal Adoption Certificate
  • A beautiful photo card of your adopted animal
  • Information about your adopted animal
  • A Zoo Times magazine twice a year and our fortnightly Zoo e-news
  • Public recognition of your support
  • 100% tax deductibility on your adoption
  • And other items based on your contribution, like a soft toy for adoptions over $120. These cute cuddly creatures help you demonstrate your support for Zoos SA and also spread our conservation message.

Step One

Choose your favourite species from the below list;

  • African Lion
  • Bilby
  • Cheetah
  • Chimpanzee
  • Giraffe
  • Hippopotamus
  • Meerkat
  • Orangutan
  • Rhinocerous
  • Sumatran Tiger
  • Tasmanian Devil
  • White-cheeked Gibbon

Step Two

Decide on your level of support

Our suggested adoption levels are as follows:

Level 1 - $100 to $119 
An amount which is equivalent to food for your animal for one year.

Level 2 - $120 to $550 
An amount which is equivalent to food and veterinary checks to keep your animal healthy for one year. This level includes a soft toy of the animal you adopt and a thankyou card sent during the year.

Level 3 - $551+ 
An amount which will provide the best chance for your animal to breed and help protect the species. This level includes a soft toy of the animal you adopt and a thankyou pack sent during the year.

Step Three

Tell us about you and adopt away!

Simply click on the below enquiry form to lend your support.

Adoption Form

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Page Last Updated August 4, 2014, 10:13 am