Projects

Wild Cats World is always looking for projects to invest in and to cooperate with, focusing on the welfare of the endangered wild cats.

Conservation, Education, Awareness are three of the keywords we consider important to support the endangered wild cats and to improve their welfare in both captivity as, mainly, their natural habitat.

Wild Cats World is NOT supporting irresponsible breeding programmes, trading wild cats for self-gain and money, canned or trophy hunting and exploit of the wild cats. WCW is trying to educate locals and farmers of South Africa to treat the wild cats and other animals with more respect.

Wild Cats World is supporting different projects in the natural habitat of the endangered wild cats and in captivity with only one mission: the survival of the endangered wild cats in the wild and the best welfare in captivity. In order to achieve an even better organisation in benefit of the beloved cheetah and other wild cats like leopards, lions, caracals, servals and in the future also Indian cats like tigers, snowleopards, we are establishing a huge International network, creating awareness and give education. If you like to support or give a donation to Wild Cats World you can also help the different projects and the future work of our non-profit foundation in Africa and in Europe.

Please contact us if you want to sponsor a specific activity.

“For a special WCW tour getting the first hand info about the WCW ambassadors and projects, write to info@wildcatsmagazine.nl.
These are private tours, so let us know when you like to visit as for date and time. Thanks and hope to see you!” 

 

Current projects

Enclosures:

  • Leopard enclosure(s) at the Spotted Cats Conservation Project in SA: multiple hectares (English units, international square meters or feet?) / number of animals
  • Serval enclosure at the SCSP: multiple hectares / number of animals

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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.

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