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Adopt a Carnivore that will be Rehabilitated in the Okonjima Nature Reserve

AfriCat’s Rehabilitation Programme

AfriCat’s Cheetah Rehabilitation project was initiated to give some of our captive cheetahs an opportunity to return to their natural environment. Although hunting in carnivores is instinctive, many of the cheetahs at AfriCat lack experience due to being orphaned or removed from the wild at an early age. This inexperience, as well as their conditioning to captivity, makes these animals unsuitable for release on farmland. The cheetahs (usually a coalition of brothers and sisters) are fitted with radio-collars before their release into the 20 000ha Nature Reserve so that their welfare and progress can be closely monitored.

Help AfriCat by adopting one of our resident carnivores for a year.

The adoption fee covers the cost of food and basic veterinary care.

savanna

Savanna
Female, Age: 7 yrs.

More information about Savanna and how to adopt.

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Scamp
Male, Age: 7 yrs.

More information about Scamp and how to adopt.

nip july 2013

Nip
Female, Age: 7 yrs.

More information about Nip and how to adopt.

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Dune
Female, Age: 3 yrs.

More information about Dune and how to adopt.

tuc 2012

Tuc
Male, Age: 7 yrs.

More information about Tuc and how to adopt.

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Sam
Male, Age: 7 yrs.

More information about Sam and how to adopt.

harley sept 2015

Harley
Male, Age: 8 yrs.

More information about Harley and how to adopt.

 



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