Canned Hunting -X- Project (in close cooperation with WCW)

Many projects and organizations are trying to fight against Canned Hunting and for the lions (and other victims). Which approach will be effective remains to be seen but we all hope we will soon see the end of this horrible business.

IMG_4990-001Wild Cats World also stands for giving individual animals a better life. Each lion or wild cat we can rescue and give a better life whether in the wild or in captivity is one. Madame X recognized our true passion and devotion and asked us to help her with her amazing project. Tonight we will publish a personal word and explanation by Madame X about the lions we so far managed to rescue (5 in total), the reason for the project, and the way we handle it together or separately.

Negotiations with Canned Hunting breeders were very interesting, a surprising outcome. We don’t want anything or anyone to stand in our way, that’s why this amazing lady decides to stay Madame X. No unnecessary ego-movements of lions from one sanctuary to a sanctuary in South Africa, fooling the public that they will be released in the wild, as they never will, but really giving the best possible life to the rescued lions. A habitat of 100 hectares to start with, a nice Pride to live naturally and no human interference!!! These lions will have an even better life than in the wild, for sure more safe!
Madame X just confirmed we name the project CANNED HUNTING -X- PROJECT, in cooperation with WCW. We are here for you lions!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Help us save wild cats worldwide!donate2

 



Featured Ambassador

Featured Project

Phoenix Four Leopard Re-wilding

The four young leopards born and raised (by their mothers/parents) at Wild Cats World have been successfully relocated to a huge re-wilding (phase I) camp in Mpumalanga Province, where lots of rehabilitation and releasing of leopards already had been done. Happy to say Olive, Solo, Beau & Bahati are settling in nicely, but we didn’t expect anything else of a highly adaptable species like the leopard. For the first re-wilding they will stay here, and the next step will be relocation to a huge boma in the National Park en Private Game Reserves (non-hunting) that showed interest in them already.

Phoenix Four Leopard Re-wilding/">More....

Copyright © 2018. All Rights Reserved.