Yes THIS (see photo!) is exactly what we think about all the animal abuse… exploitation, trade, bone and Hunting ‘industry’ in South Africa.
Thanks to the best Leopard ambassadors we have been working for most of 2019 on a huge scale Investigation as for the mentioned before. Name and shame and revealing time soon…
It is scary that everybody somehow and in some way is involved in this business. Foundations, welfare organisations, conservation… huge laugh, in fact the biggest threat to Wildlife as it appears now. Learnt so much past time… hard to describe. Yes the book will be there in the end too!
Thanks to Caib our volunteer from Scotland for the great picture, Chui @ Wild Cats World.
The main focus during your stay will be to learn everything about diet, husbandry, living conditions and hygiene practices in order to prevent diseases. You will learn all this while assisting the caretaker or owner giving the best care to African wildcats, Black-footed cats, Caracals, Cheetahs, Leopards, Servals and a group of feral cats.
BUT… we of course want to give education as well. We want our volunteers to leave knowing all important facts about all species you worked with.
Also about the lions of which we initiated the rescue of 10 animals from Canned Hunting, not in our care but safe and sound. So, we added this special item to the volunteering program, soon to start.
For more info write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Availability from April 2020 and months after – this year until April 2020 we have no availability anymore: full house.
Meet the ‘cat-fox,’ a mysterious mammal found in Corsica that could be a new species N’dea Yancey-Bragg USA TODAY Published 2:43 PM EDT Jun 20, 2019 A feline once thought to be a myth has been identified on the French island of Corsica, according to wildlife officials.
The “cat-fox,” known as the “ghjattu-volpe” in Corsican, is longer than a domestic cat with larger ears, “highly developed” canine teeth and a tail with two to four rings and a black tip, officials from the National Hunting and Wildlife Office told the French news outlet Agence France-Presse.
Source: USA Today
We all know that honey badgers think they are the boss of the bush… Well, this mother honey badger surely is! She had no second thoughts charging in on a hungry leopard to save her baby.
Wildlife photographer Valery Maleyev came to search for and capture a Far Eastern leopard, but after days of patient waiting got pictures of another rare feline, a Far Eastern Forest cat (Prionailurus bengalensis euptilurus). These small and gracious animals are believed to be a rare subspecies of Bengal cats; they are on the international and local Red Lists of Threatened Species.