The stories of the Wild Cats World volunteers… Also see Volunteering at Wild Cats World. Fiona Barnes
There are good reasons for the lioness on the enclosed picture to have a good ‘laugh’ as we just got confirmation that 2 more lions (males, brothers) have been freed from Canned Hunting. They will have a happy life at the huge property of Madame X (in cooperation with Wild […]
For true die-hards or genuine caretakers we in Wild Cats World have a special offer. We do offer people the chance to come and work for a longer period of time at our Spotted Cats Conservation project in South Africa. We give you the opportunity to spend time in South […]
Sad news from our Indonesian partners, Wanicare Foundation, at our Javan Leopard Release Program. A new male leopard was brought in at the Chikananga sanctuary. He was captured in the area of Ciemas, in a conflict with humans. Therefore… he will be named Ciemas. We will provide more info about […]
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The Javan Leopard project
The Population estimates are not certain, but certainly less than 250 mature individuals, possibly even less than 100 (IUCN Red List).
Read about out our ongoing activities and the rescue of two leopards in particular.
About Wild Cats World
Wild cats World is dedicated to the conservation of the endangered wild cats and their habitat. Our goal is to bring global awareness to wild cats conservation issues, support field research for several species, promote world-wide education and rescue efforts to give captive cats a better life. More...
IF THERE IS CONFLICT...
Request to farmers, villagers and anyone who has a human-wild cat (leopard, caracal, etc.) conflict, please don't kill the cat but contact us!!!
Other ways to help
- Leopards: Feline & Félipe, Felix & Felicia
- Cheetahs: Speedy, Spiky & Sunny
- Black-footed Cats: Diva, Beauty & Blacky
- African wildcats: Sid & Louise
- Caracal: Leo
- Serval: Joy