Released or Relocated

These animals have either been released into the wild or relocated to larger safe area’s.

Ambassador Solo – leopard

1-DSC02541 - Solo (leopard)Solo was born at Wild Cats World, January 3rd 2016, one of two boys (Solo & Sala) in the first litter of our African leopard couple Felicia & Felix. Sadly his brother died short after the birth, due to a breech-birth, but Solo will stay at our project, since he is an important part of the WCW Leopard Conservation Project and “experiment” to keep two families of leopards in a Pride, and show the world “The Other Side of the Leopard”.

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Olive – leopard

1-DSC06928Olive was born at Wild Cats World, November 4th 2015, one of two cubs (Olive & Kali) in the first litter of our African leopard couple Feline & Felipe. Sadly Kali died, aged 6 weeks old, due to an unfortunate incident, but Olive will stay at our project, since she is an important part of the WCW Leopard Conservation Project and “experiment” to keep two families of leopards in a Pride, and show the world “The Other Side of the Leopard”. Olive luckily soon got company again of little Solo, the two months younger son of our other leopard couple Felix & Felicia.

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Beau & Bahati – leopards

Beau and his brother Bahati were born at Wild Cats World/Eastern Cape, January 10th 2017.  They are born in the second litter of African leopard female Feline & male Félipe.

If they aren’t moving to another valuable place focused on African leopard Conservation, or aren’t released in a Private Game Reserve (mission of our conservation projects), all youngsters born at our sanctuary/conservation project will have a permanent home with us. More info about them at a later stage; until then they can be (symbolically) adopted.

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Wild Cats World sanctuary, South Africa, has been officially registered as a Non Profit Company by the South African Government.
Registration: 2020/583643/08.
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Pallas cat conservation

As announced on March 16 in 2017, the WCW Pallas Cat Conservation Project has become a reality.

 

 

The project could be split in two activities:

  • Help and support Zoo de Lyon to raise funds for work related to the Pallas cat Conservation in-situ and ex-situ.
  • Raise funds for the PICA project – Pallas’s cat International Conservation Alliance.

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