Who are we ?
A small committed and expert team
Coming from different backgrounds, the love of animals and nature brought us together.
The many dissatisfactions concerning the existing food offer from parents, but also from health professionals, pushed us to launch ourselves.
At our level, and well supported by our "ethical science and environment" committee and by our community of animal parents, we are convinced that we can move the lines.
Where does this name come from?
Our name KOOKAPI comes from two animals: the Kookaburra and the Okapi.
The Kookaburra is the mythical bird of Aboriginal culture. As a Kingfisher, it has the particularity of being able to feed both in aquatic and terrestrial environments. The Okapi is an African mammal with a surprising tongue, forty centimeters long. It allows him to catch his food in places inaccessible to other herbivores.
Close to land and water, capable of constantly adapting to their environment and going to places deemed inaccessible by others, they are a marvelous symbol of Commitment and Audacity.
Science, ethics and environment experts
veterinaire-spa-comportementaliste-professionel.jpgBehavioral veterinarian recognized for his expertise and his commitment to the animal cause
Thierry practices his passion in his clinic in Ile-de-France. He is also a director of the Society for the Protection of Animals and founder of Agir pour la Vie Animale.
Sophie LavalléeGraduated in Animal Sciences and Monogastric Nutrition
Sophie is an expert in Research & Development.
Benjamin ENAULTCSR expert
For more than 20 years, Benjamin has helped organizations meet the environmental and social challenges of our time. As director, he contributed to having Utopies certified as the first BCorp in France.