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Big Cat Sanctuary

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BIAZA Keepers of the Wild
BIAZA Buy an Acre Argentina

Conservation and support for WLT

The Big Cat Sanctuary,  was established in 2002 as the Wildlife Heritage Foundation (WHF) by the owners of Paradise Wildlife Park, a long term supporter of BIAZA and World Land Trust. The Trustees of WHF are keen to support WLT-BIAZA fundraising initiatives.

Lynn Whitnall, a Trustee of The Big Cat Sanctuary, said: “Wildlife Heritage Foundation is proud to support the World Land Trust. We all strive to support breeding and conservation of wildlife but if we do not invest and help save the land, there will be no habitat for our wildlife to survive. The work of the World Land Trust is imperative to us all. Keep up the great work.”

About The Big Cat Sanctuary

In the heart of the English countryside in Smarden, Kent, is a 38 acre site housing more than 50 cats, from the smallest in the world (the Rusty Spotted Cat) to the largest in the world (the Amur Tiger) to the most endangered in the world (the Amur Leopard).

This is WHF’s Big Cat Sanctuary. The site is not open to the public but visitors can book exclusive Big Cat Experiences including Big Cat Encounters, Ranger Days, Photographic Workshops and Big Cat Adoptions as well as the Overnight Big Cat Safari.

By booking an experience, visitors are supporting important conservation work, and they can be confident that the funds raised are helping improve the lives of big cats on site and in the wild in projects around the globe.

The Big Cat Sanctuary promotes and funds field conservation projects, providing a research base for people interested in the study of big cats in captivity. They deliver a visitor education programme that promotes the importance of biodiversity and the role of the top predator in the wild. The Sanctuary is also developing the centre as a wildlife haven for UK native species.

They are a member of EAZA and also the European Endangered Species Programme, which works to save the world’s endangered big cats from extinction.

More news of Big Cat Sanctuary and its support for World Land Trust »

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