Persian Long Hair (Cat)
Kapas is one of lovely children of Simba and Kendy.
Fierce as a tiger, adorable as a little kitty he is.
Gia is the female Sulcata tortoise, and the soulmate of Baha. As long as they are together, they will always be Baha-Gia (means happy in Indonesian).
Kendy is a gift from our long-stay guests from Korea, Jason and Mee-young Park, to be Simba’s partner since kitten.
Siberian Husky (Dog)
Susu, the female Siberian Husky, is Kopi’s lovely sister. Susu is always excited, likes to play fetch and run around the garden.
Meet Awan, our curious little lady who loves to play around but most of the time she sleeps like there is no tomorrow.
Bearded Dragon (Lizard)
Shinto means Zen, which means peaceful and calm. This omnivorous bearded dragon was born in February 2018.
Molurus Albino (Snake)
Tatwam (taken from Tattvam, Sanskrit for ‘Truth’) is an adopted Molurus Albino or Albino Burmese Python snake.
Toreto, the male Sulcata tortoise, likes to stay and sleeping in his own peace. But once he wake up, he will exploring all around the place.
Australian Falk (Bird)
Suka is a very cheerful Australian Falk bird. The red cheeks seem to make him blush all the time, but actually he likes meeting people a lot.
Pia loves to take a nap, doze off, sleep, you name it. We think it is inherited from her father, Simba.
Baha, the male Sulcata tortoise, likes to wander around and bask in the sun. He is an adventurer, likes digging and exploring.
The name Simba is adapted from the movie ‘Lion King’, which fits his look, like a little lion. Simba is cheerful and an adventurer.
Kopi, the male Siberian Husky, is a rescue dog that we adopted from a local kennel in the northern part of Yogyakarta.