Adopt a rhino

Are rhinos your favourite animal?

***The last order date to receive your animal adoption in time for Christmas is Thursday 17th December 2020.***

Have you ever considered adopting one? Whether it’s a gift to yourself or a present to that someone special in your life, there’s no better way to say ‘I love you’.

Our ‘adopt a rhino’ pack makes the perfect gift, costs a one-off payment of £30 and includes:

  1. An adoption certificate
  2. A rhino fact sheet
  3. A rhino cuddly toy
  4. Your name displayed on a thank you board at the Kifaru Reserve rhino enclosure

If you’d like to include an entrance ticket to Folly Farm in your rhino adoption gift pack the price is just £40 and includes all of the above plus an entrance ticket for one person (a saving of £6.95 on a standard adult day entry ticket).

How do I adopt a rhino?

To adopt a rhino just click through to the rhino adoption page and choose if you’d like to adopt with, or without, an entrance ticket.  You can adopt for yourself or for someone special and we’ll also send a special gift message along with your cuddly rhino toy in your adoption pack.

Your rhino adoption will last for 12 months, and 10% of the profit will help raise money for our conservation partners. So by buying this gift you’re helping to save rhinos too.

Schools and group organisations can also purchase our adoption packages. Please call the office on 01834 812731 to make arrangements.

You can read our animal adoption terms and conditions here.

"I love rhinos and seeing them at Folly Farm was amazing. We also listened to the talk which was really wonderful to hear about them too. Well done Folly Farm."

Gina Goddard, Barry, 5 out of 5, 10 April 2019

"I am delighted with the adoption pack I have received together with the cuddly rhino toy! Looking at the photos makes me want to visit Folly Farm and see the wonderful rhinos for real! I will certainly continue to support Folly Farm!"

Geoff Bairstow, Leeds, 5 out of 5,
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