Jordanne Grey and Loki, who she adopted in Hong Kong along with her partner, after seeing a photo of him on Instagram. Loki is a mongrel, which means mixed bred, or ‘tong gau’ in Chinese. Photo: HandoutJordanne Grey and Loki, who she adopted in Hong Kong along with her partner, after seeing a photo of him on Instagram. Loki is a mongrel, which means mixed bred, or ‘tong gau’ in Chinese. Photo: Handout
Jordanne Grey and Loki, who she adopted in Hong Kong along with her partner, after seeing a photo of him on Instagram. Loki is a mongrel, which means mixed bred, or ‘tong gau’ in Chinese. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong rugby community members share their dog adoption stories

  • Two dog families with ties to the local rugby scene share adoption and fostering stories plus the challenges and benefits of owning a dog
  • Both had reservations about adopting in a city like Hong Kong but have found the experience both challenging and rewarding
Topic |   Hong Kong Rugby Union
Jordanne Grey and Loki, who she adopted in Hong Kong along with her partner, after seeing a photo of him on Instagram. Loki is a mongrel, which means mixed bred, or ‘tong gau’ in Chinese. Photo: HandoutJordanne Grey and Loki, who she adopted in Hong Kong along with her partner, after seeing a photo of him on Instagram. Loki is a mongrel, which means mixed bred, or ‘tong gau’ in Chinese. Photo: Handout
Jordanne Grey and Loki, who she adopted in Hong Kong along with her partner, after seeing a photo of him on Instagram. Loki is a mongrel, which means mixed bred, or ‘tong gau’ in Chinese. Photo: Handout
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