Monthly Archives: August 2016

Up-date WCW projects, August 2016

– Sanctuary/Educationproject/leopard-and blackfooted cat conservationproject S.A.: working on successful continuation to give the cats the best life possible & to create opportunities for wild cat enthusiasts & caretakers (to-be) to be able to see these cats close and work with them for a longer period of time. Working with ambassadors for their species (African wildcats, Black-footed cats, Caracals, Cheetahs, Leopards and Servals) already proved to be very successful.
– New sanctuary in Europe: we were offered to also start a sanctuary in Europe. For now we will freeze this opportunity as all currrent projects take too much of our time and investments as it is. But who knows in the future. for now we want to focus on keeping the wild cats in the wild, so one captive project is enough (hassle).
– Javan Leopard Release Programme – we had a meeting with our associate Willemijn from Wanicare Foundation/Chikananga Wildlife Rescue Center, who showed us the short-term and long-term plans in this essential programme and it looks very promising. The Javan leopard is very endangered, almost extinct, so urgent support is required. We also back up a better situation for the Sunda Clouded leopardcub at the Center. Plans were discussed for that too.
– Pallas Cat Conservation – currently a contract is signed with Lyon Zoo, our associate in this new Conservation Programme. Contact and responsible person of this project is Berengere Desmet, running it i.a.w. Babette de Jonge, for Wild Cats World.
– Canned Hunting -X- Project. By kind invitation of Madame X we paid a visit to the enormous piece of land she offered to the (so far) 8 lions rescued out of Canned Hunting (not by buying them but by negotiating to be more precisely, so a real rescue!) offering them 100 HA and more to live like the wild but protected. It was overwhelming to be able to witness this and we are so grateful for this wonderful person to do this for these lions and to offer us the chance to co-operate with her in this.

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Rehabilitation Program Orphan Wild Leopardcubs

We were told about many orphan wild leopardcubs that end up at reserves or other private projects, who handraise them and want to offer them a permanent home as acc. to them they cannot be released again. Sadly they often also offer interaction with these cubs!
To those we want to offer to bring the cubs (youngsters up til a year) to us as our leopardfemales and also males for sure will adopt them and teach them how tobehave like a leopard again. No more interaction with humans, but humans close enough for them not to get shy, so after some time (approx a year) they are suitable to go to (for sure) a Private Game Reserve. Not tame but also not shy cubs are perfect to live wild but protected and to be sighted on educational game drives, they make the best ambassadors. Even our captive born, but motherraised leopardyoungsters are suitable for this and soon move out.


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