Species You’ll Meet
When you have Tori's Critters visit, you’ll meet some familiar faces as well as some rare, unique creatures. We want our clients and guests to enjoy our visit, learn as much as they can and leave our event with a big smile on their face. With so many animals to see, there are plenty of smiles to go around. Book us and see for yourself!
Always a crowd favorite and our specialty!
We have over 20 species of reptiles, invertebrates and amphibian including: 3 tortoise species, 9 snake species, 6 lizard species, 2 cockroach species, 2 tarantula species and 2 frog species
We have 5 avian species currently ranging from racing pigeons to medium sized parrots Most of our birds cannot be handled but they are fun to watch and are visually eye pleasing at any event.
We currently only offer 2 species of mammals. They do better for cooler weather or indoor venues and are great for winter events.
These are animals we are helping find homes for
** Not all animals are in our care **
Each animal requires the following to be adopted:
30-90 educational class
1+ years of follow ups
Every animal has an adoption fee. This fee will be discussed between the owner and adopter. These are rescues, not rehomes, breeders or sellers; so don't expect huge fees.
Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches
These are the only animals we sell. They make AMAZING pets for any age or lifestyle.
No odor, easy care, handleable. We sell them for $5-$7/pair
We adopted a "male" rabbit that ended up being pregnant and we ended up with SIX babies on April Fool's Day!
First "dibbs" goes to homes that will take a same gender pair. We have 2 darker ones and 4 tan ones. They have been handled daily since their eyes opened and will make really wonderful pets! Please contact us for an application. As of 5/20/22 all 6 are still in need of homes.
4 Male Rats
Horrible Photo, sorry!
We saved 4 male rats but now they need homes! rescued on April 6, 2022 at 7 weeks old, they still have a long rattie life ahead of them!
They are shy but sweet, unfortunately we just don't have the time to really help them break through their shells. They must go as pairs or a group of 4.
As of 5/20/22 they are all still available.