Welcome to African wildcat female Quilla

The newest addition to the WCW family is African wildcat female Quilla. Last Sunday (21st) she arrived and she settled in nicely. Of course the other wildcats were very curious to see their new neighbour and esp. Maurice (like it should be) was exited to see her from start and immediately started calling. Promising for … Read more

Project: African wildcat Conservation. One to watch!!

We are often asked to co-operate in research or conservation projects or study ‘objects’ re. Conservation Ecology. Twané Bester focused on the African wildcat as her project to finish off her studies at University Pretoria, and requested to use some footage. Enjoy this video, starring a.o. our African wildcats Sid & Louise. The video was … Read more

WCW leopards doing great… going WILD

A first glimpse of Olive, Solo, Beau & Bahati, the four young leopards born and (mother)raised at Wild Cats World, who in March this year were relocated for a (soft) release…… Founder/CEO of WCW, Babette de Jonge, went to visit (search for….) them, and these are the moments captured of the first glimpse, to show … Read more

Wild Cats Jewellery

Check this out – Amazing jewellery for sale, featuring the species we fight for in our S.A. project (and other places)…..like the leopard and caracal. Buying these jewellery means supporting Wild Cats World, 20% of the profits will go to our charity to do even better for the wild cats. https://www.dbsilversmiths.co.uk/caracal-pendant-necklace-sterling-silver-handmade-by-saw-piercing-wild-cats-world-3254-p.asp

How to support Wild Cats World projects and cats?

Become a Friend, (symbolic) Adoption parent or Volunteer. Donations from 100 – 300 a year will get a monthly up-date with inside information about all the projects, animals, births or sad goodbye’s…about the relocations and releases. Donations from 300 – onwards, will get a 2 weekly up-date, but also previews or instant up-dates about important … Read more

Leopard Lady lives with wild cats by Hannah Stevens

For this conservationist, there is only one way to start her day – by hanging out with leopards. Babette De Jonge, 50, founded Wild Cats World in 2011 to help conserve endangered big cats, such as leopards and African wild cats. Based in Kirkwood, South Africa, the sanctuary is home to four leopards, and one … Read more

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