For a limited time, when you sponsor an injured or orphaned cheetah under the care of Cheetah Conservation Fund through a donation of $125 or more, we will send you a free Cheetah 3D Model manufactured by @3dpapercraftworld (Instagram)
For shipment outside of Canada, extra shipping fees will be charged.
CCF Namibia cares for orphaned, old or injured cheetahs that cannot be released back into the wild, as they do not have the skills or physical capability to survive. Although CCF is not a welfare center, it does accommodate these non-releasable cheetahs. If another approved home becomes available, CCF relocates these cheetahs to an alternate captive facility. However, many of these cheetahs are permanent residents of CCF.
These cheetahs require shelter, food, regular veterinary exams, medical intervention, monitoring (camera traps, GPS collars), and large spaces to ensure they have as much space as possible to roam. These activities are very resource intensive and require various type of expertise.
A few of these cheetahs serve as ambassadors to help in CCF’s educational programs targeted at children, farmers, biologists, tourists and others. At any given time, there are approximately 40 cheetah being housed and cared for at the CCF Research and Education Centre in Namibia. It costs approximately $5,000 per year to care for each cheetah and we rely on donations to offset those costs.
- Simply select a specific resident cheetah at CCF Namibia and indicate that cheetah’s name in the comment section of the donation page.
- Please confirm that you would also like to receive the Cheetah 3D Model.
- If you would prefer we send the model as a gift to someone else, please provide us with the name and address of that person and we will mail it to them.