25 Years of Dogs Saving Cats

Sep 29, 2019

5:30 pm

  • Location: Portland, Oregon, USA
  • Venue: Miller Hall - World Forestry Center
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Please join the Cheetah Conservation Fund, Executive Director and Founder, Dr Laurie Marker in celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the highly acclaimed Livestock Guarding Dog Program on Sunday, September 29th at the World Forestry Center in beautiful Portland, Oregon. This 2019 refresh of Big Cat. Big Party. promises to be a spectacular experience!

While saving wild cheetahs you will not only have a chance to meet Dr. Marker, but enjoy sampling tasty hors d’oeuvres, dine on an expertly prepared buffet and drink some favorite Northwest beverages. Be prepared for an exciting night of bidding on carefully curated auction items as well as taking part in an exciting interactive scavenger hunt and many other lively activities. Get up to speed on the latest news regarding CCF’s efforts to end the illegal pet trade in Somaliland and CCF’s rangewide efforts to save the cheetah in the wild.

Ticket Prices

Table of 10 – $1,250

Table of 12 – $1,500

Family – $300

Adult – $125

Child 12 and under – $50

Special appearance by nine month old Ambassador cheetah Khyam Jr and his constant companion dog Rhino from Wildlife Safari in Winston, Oregon.*

2019 is the year of the Livestock Guarding Dog. CCF celebrates the 25th Anniversary of its Livestock Guarding Dog program by recognizing the invaluable contribution that LGDs make to conservation efforts in Namibia and worldwide. The program is highly successful with farmers reporting a dramatic decline (80-100%) in livestock losses due to predation.

*Please note: This is an educational fundraising event. WILDLIFE SAFARI is trained and licensed in the care and handling of wild cats, including cheetahs. Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) is actively engaged in the effort to end the illegal wildlife trade. Ambassador Cheetahs provide an educational experience for our event guests. The Ambassador Cheetah for this event has been confirmed and is scheduled; however, availability may change and CCF cannot guarantee that a cheetah will be in attendance. Should you choose to post about the event on social media, we expect that you will do so in a respectful manner and in line with CCF’s mission.

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