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Posted on: Monday, 22 June 2009

Adopt a Cheetah

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Adopt a Cheetah

Adopt a Cheetah

Adopt a Cheetah, Tiger or Lion … One can feel a little hopeless in a world where a once almighty animal kingdom is fading slowly out of existence.

Adopting a creature of South Africa will uplift your spirits and conserve our wildlife so that the roar of a lion can be heard in the future tense, the race of a cheetah can be blurred into the distance and the pounce of a tiger can be felt everafter.

The Cheetah Conservation Foundation ensures the survival of endangered species including the cheetah, tiger and white lion. As an adopted parent you will be given the opportunity to re-name your cub, this name will appear at the entrance of the Foundation (Cheetahland in Oudtshoorn) on a plaque. The animal’s birth studbook number is kept for record purposes.

The benefits of this adoption includes membership to Cango Wildlife Ranch; ‘backstage’ passes to the newborn cubs, animal enclosures and breeding camps; morning walks with the animals and their trainers; regular progress reports and photos of ‘your’ animal and you can tick, ‘help save the planet’ off your list of things to do.

To adopt a Cheetah visit www.cango.co.za

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