Donations & Sponsors

You can make our work possible with a donation, adoption or a sponsorship. Either a one-time gift or a monthly or annual amount. Whatever you can afford will be very much appreciated.

There are various ways you can help us:

  • General support with a donation
    Donations enable us to help individual wild cats and work on general conservacy issues with awareness campaigns and education.
  • Adopt one of our ambassador cats (different support levels)

 

WE ARE GRATEFUL TO OUR SPONSORS!

  • Sunworld Safaris, Nairobi, cooperation wild cats safari Masai Mara
  • Mr. De Jonge, Naarden/NL, monthy donation
  • Mr. J. Travolta/USA (one time donation to tiger conservation)
  • Mr. A. Buijen van Weelden, Dordrecht/NL, sponsorship Leopards/caracals-enclosures – Spotted Cats Conservation
  • Hyundai, Graaff Reinet/SA, sponsoring H1 for one-time transport leopards
  • Mr. Mark Cater, UK (serval/black footed cat conservation project)
  • Rhino Plastics, Port Elizabeth/SA, 10,000L watertank, Spotted Cats Conservation
  • Mr.Andrew Barton, Port Elizabeth/SA, monthy donation SCC
  • Suzanne Norwood, Australia, monthly donation WCW
  • Mrs. Hubers, Holland, monthly donation WCW
  • Mrs. Jolande Baudet-Kors (kind donation to the construction of the brandnew SCC cheetahcamp)
  • Mrs. Stéphanie De Man, Belgium – one time donation
  • Fiona Barnes, Australia – one time donation to SA leopard project
  • Judith Wallenburg, donations caracal Leo
  • Melanie Koller, one time donation
  • Jeanette Leinweber, generous donation to caracal enclosure (Nina II and Leo)
  • Simonne van Driessche, generous donations
  • Marco Vontenie, one time donation
  • Paul Hoogeveen, sponsoring time and dedication updating our websites

Adoption parents

  • Jeanette Leinweber, Germany – (renewed per March 2016) WCW serval Mick, African wildcat Max, Leopardcubs Olive & Solo; (before) WCW caracal Nina II and WCW cheetahs Spiky & Sunny
  • Mike Sielfield, UK: WCW leopard Félipe
  • Martin de Waal, SA: WCW African wildcat Louise
  • Simonne van Driesche, Belgium: WCW leopards Feline and Felix, caracal Leo
  • Suzanne Norwood, Australia: WCW leopard Feline
  • Marie José Becu, Belgium: WCW leopards Feline, Felix, Felicia and Felipe
  • Christiane Van Acolyen, Belgium: WCW serval Joy
  • Bérengere Desmet, France: WCW caracal Leo & African wildcat Sid
  • Marcia de Jonker, Netherlands: WCW cheetah Speedy
  • Andrea C. Schäfer, Germany: WCW black-footed cat Beauty
  • Penny Hamilton, Australia: WCW leopards Feline, Felix, Felipe & Felicia

Wild Cats World and Wanicare Foundation/Indonesia, express their profound gratitude to the generous people supporting our project aiming for the release of the two wild-captured Javan leopards Dimas and Sawal in their natural habitat. Some of the diehards even donating more than once as determined as we are to have the leopards released and support the Javan leopard species.

Wild Cats World and Float Apparel express their profound gratitude to the generous people who ordered great designed t-shirts at the campaign of Float (For the Love Of All Things) Apparel, of each purchase donated $8 to charity and in this campaign to us at WCW and our projects (March 2015).

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Javan Leopard release program

The Javan leopard is an endemic species to Java and at present classified as critical endangered species on IUCN Red List. Categorized under Appendix I CITES.

The Population estimates are not certain, but certainly less than 250 mature individuals, possibly even less than 100 (IUCN Red List).

That the Javan Leopard is endangered is a result of pet trade, hunting, habitat loss and fragmentation but also a decline of prey makes that the Javan leopards enter villages to find food, which causes leopard-human conflict.

While research has shown the important role of leopards in the ecosystem and biodiversity in the rainforest and their role as top predators, the public in Java is not educated in this. Their lack of knowledge means they perceive the Javan Leopard as a threat and a risk to their wellbeing.

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