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To volunteer at Wild Cats World

Are you a passionate (wild) cat enthusiast? Are you keen to work with African wildcats, Black-footed cats, Caracals, Cheetahs, Leopards, Servals and feralcats?

Would you love to assist our caretaker giving daily care (and more) to all cats at our sanctuary/conservation projects? And are you looking forward to hear more stories about how we fight for the survival of the mentioned species (but also the other wild cat species around the world), the rescue of many cats and the rehabilitation work we support at several other places in South Africa?

Please write to info@wildcatsmagazine.nl for more info how to volunteer with us. Or go to our volunteering page.

We welcome volunteers for longer and shorter periods of time. We still have availability this year during a few months, but do hurry to write us and book your dates.

See you soon at Wild Cats World!

Big cats rescued from overcrowded private zoo in Mexico

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Finally… I think all of you know how Wild Cats World participated in a rescue operation from this zoo years back. Well, we took action to be able to rescue the cats from this awful place, but law decided otherwise back then. Today, almost 3 years further, we received this great news from “partner in crime” camera specialist Karla Munguia who did a great docu about her visits to this place, trying to pursue the owner to allow the cats to be rescued. We offered a safe haven at Wild Cats World then and we still do now. Fingers crossed all goes well in this rescue operation

More than 100 animals have been rescued from an overcrowded private zoo in Mexico.
Mexican environmental officials raided the zoo, which is owned by a conservative congressman, after complaints from visitors.

They found overcrowded and cramped cages piled on top of each other and unsafe conditions for visitors.

Among the animals rescued were lions, tigers, jaguars, pumas, bears, buffalos and camels.

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Come and visit us on the brandnew Wild Cats World website!!!!!

With more projects, a growing network and an even more succesful organisation Wild Cats World really needed a new website. But where did we find the time to make one? In a wonderful person…, our new webmaster and IT-man, Alex Buxton who offered to do the job and he did a great job as you can see. So if you want to know more about the projects, the wild cats and the WCW ambassadors, or if you want to share something just go to our website and we hope you will all find there what you were looking for!!! www.wildcatsworld.org