Cheetahs at CCF Namibia
The Resident Cheetahs at CCF’s headquarters in Namibia, shown below, are all available for sponsorship. These cheetahs came to CCF as orphaned young cubs, injured adolescents, or they were kept as pets and turned over as adults. For multiple reasons, resident cheetahs are not able to survive in the wild and therefore they cannot be released.
Cost: It costs approximately $6,500 CAD per year to feed, house, and provide medical care for each cheetah being cared for at CCF headquarters in Namibia. Sponsors receive exclusive updates on their sponsored cheetah twice per year in video format.
Click on the images below to read about each individual cheetah available for sponsorship.
Cheetahs at CCF Somaliland
The Resident Cheetahs at CCF’s Cheetah Safe Houses were brought in as orphaned young cubs rescued from the illegal pet trade and human/wildlife conflict. For multiple reasons these cheetahs cannot successfully care for themselves in the wild so they cannot be released. Updates will be provided twice per year at the program level; updates on individual cheetahs are not possible at this time.
Livestock Guarding Dogs
CCF’s Livestock Guarding Dog (LGD) program is one of its most successful in addressing the human-wildlife conflict that threatens the cheetah.