Big Cats & Small Wild Cats Conservation

Big Cat Big TigerWild cats, including big cats and small wild cats, once lived in large populations across the planet. Today, many face extinction.

Their disappearance is due mostly to human factors such as poaching, trophy hunting, illegal wildlife trade and the loss of their habitat.

Some subspecies are already extinct and many of the remaining cats are critically endangered. Entire ecosystems have been affected by their loss.

Various organizations throughout the world are engaged in the fight to protect the remaining wild cats and their habitat. Use this site to learn about wild cats, including both big cats and small wild cats. Learn more about big cats and small wild cats conservation.

Help prevent wild cat extinction.

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From the BigCatsWildCats Blog

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Bring Back The Florida Panthers

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Blood Lions – The Canned Hunting Industry Exposed

This film exposes the ugly truth behind South Africa's canned lion hunting industry. It will premiere at the Durban International ...
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New Report – 10 Asiatic Lions Killed in June 2015 Floods

According to a new report, 10 Asiatic lions and dozens of people were killed last month by monsoon flooding in ...
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New Asiatic Lions Documentary

On July 6, 2015 the Discovery Channel premiered a new Asiatic lion documentary "India's Wandering Lions". The lions were tracked ...
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