ADOPT A CHEETAH
We are passionate about the conservation of endangered species and have the know-how and facilities to make a difference. However, the financial burden is great. Without support and sponsorship, we would not be able to continue with our work of serving a cause far greater than ourselves.
Help us to help those that cannot help themselves.
There was a time when cheetahs roamed freely and in large numbers in Africa, Asia and the Indian subcontinent. Currently, free-ranging cheetahs are found only in a few conservation areas and as small, non-sustainable populations in Eastern and Southern Africa. In Asia a single, highly endangered cheetah population remains in northern Iran, while in India, where they have been hunted and exploited to extinction.
Today, only about 7 500 cheetahs remain worldwide and they have disappeared from much of their former formal range. Some 7 000 cheetahs are left in Africa of which 1 200 occur in South Africa. Around 300 to 450 are free-ranging in the wild with the rest in fenced reserves and in captivity. Cheetahs are now categorised as vulnerable and decreasing on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) 2020 Red Data List of Mammals.
We believe in the conservation of endangered species and for this reason breed cheetahs, release captive-bred cheetahs into the wild and provide new blood lines to captive cheetah breeding facilities nationally and internationally.
By adopting one of our cheetahs, you have the opportunity of contributing to the conservation and maintenance of the species. Adopt a cheetah either for yourself, or as a gift to someone else.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE: Adoptions are valid for a period of one year (twelve calendar months). Thereafter, the adoption may be renewed for a further period.