- Tell us about Unicorn ingredients and why you have chosen to support CCF UK.
The staff were keen to support a charity at Christmas 2021 and proposed a charity that would have been important to Jenny. CCF fitted the bill perfectly, following her love of cheetahs and belief in conservation in Africa.
- Please share more about the incredible life of Jenny Horan and her passion for wildlife, and cheetahs.
Our daughter Jenny, passed away on 29/6/2017, Jenny bravely faced up to many health issues in her short life and did not allow them to restrict how she lived. She loved and cared for our fragile natural world and wanted to make a difference. Her trip to Africa was to help with conservation, her goal. A friend wrote in a card “I feel your daughter has made a difference in her short life and will continue to do so.”
- How do you think Jenny would feel to know her legacy lives on in a project where dogs are saving cats?
Her two favourite animals. How could she disapprove!
- What impact do you hope your funding will have?
Simply it helps to allow the cheetah population in Namibia prosper and expand within an environment of increasing human-wildlife conflict
In April 2022, Jenny the LGD travelled c.5,000 miles from Germany to Namibia to take up her new role as a breeding dog. See below for some incredible pictures of her journey and a first look at her finding her feet at our model farm.
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18 November 2022Indian cheetah reintroduction, two months on.
15 November 2022November’s Wildlife Photographer of the Month – Pareet Shah
21 October 2022Habitat restoration in Namibia, part two