CCF News

Ethiopian cheetahs rescued!

For me, every day is a cheetah day, but this US Thanksgiving Day was one to remember. … Read more »

Nematode worm discovered in cheetahs

A nematode (Ollulanus tricuspis), previously recorded in cheetahs in a zoo in New Zealand, was found recently … Read more »

A tail of two cheetahs

While testing trip cameras to be used in cheetah population estimates, CCF photographed two male cheetahs visiting … Read more »

Predators on camera

Hair snares and trip cameras give data on Cheetahs, Leopards, Hyaenas. CCF has “shot” several cheetahs using … Read more »

A litter for Tyger

Tyger, one of our resident working Kangal Anatolian Shepherd females, recently gave birth to a litter of … Read more »

A sad story

In July, you may remember that CCF staff responded to a call from a farmer in Omitara … Read more »

A Message from Dr Marker

Dear CCF Friends, CCF staff continue to be busy in our cheetah conservation efforts. I have traveled … Read more »

A new Kangal puppy arrives

An Anatolian puppy has just arrived from South Africa to augment CCF’s breeding programme. CCF periodically imports … Read more »

Cat in a bag

CCF was recently called to a farm south of Otjiwarongo to collect a young cheetah caught that … Read more »

Three Musketeers arrive at CCF

CCF was called to collect three eight-month-old cheetahs from a game farm near Karibib, caught after their … Read more »