• #RacingforSurvival with DS TECheetah

    You may have seen us sharing a few posts about Formula E and the DS TECheetah team on our social media recently – that’s because this awesome motorsports team are supporting their namesake big cat by joining forces with us and Big Cat Sanctuary for their #RacingforSurvival campaign. This campaign aims to raise awareness amongst […]

    Continue reading
  • Eulogies: Bella, Harry and Nico

    We are saddened to report the recent passing of three of our resident cheetahs at CCF Namibia, who will be missed dearly by our staff and volunteers. Harry Harry, her sister Hermione and brother Ron were brought to the Cheetah Conservation Fund in 2005 after losing their mother when they were about two months old. […]

    Continue reading
  • India’s Effort to Fight Climate Change Involves Cheetahs – New York Magazine

    This excerpt is taken from an article in New York Magazine. Read the original article here. The fastest terrestrial animal will soon be hunting on some new territory. Over a decade since India first renewed efforts to bring cheetahs back to the subcontinent, the country’s environmental ministry has locked in a plan to reintroduce the […]

    Continue reading
  • Fauna – the beer brand supporting cheetah conservation

    We sat down for an interview with Phil F Howard, Founder of Fauna Brewing, whose new Cheetah Lager will help support cheetah conservation through fundraising and events. But, don’t start frantically Googling with your credit card in hand just yet, the beer doesn’t launch until July 2021 – this is just a teaser for what’s […]

    Continue reading
  • My CCF Somaliland volunteer experience so far

    CCF UK volunteer Kristina Grant is currently in Somaliland at our cheetah safe houses helping our staff care for our rescued cheetah and is keeping us updated with how things are going, and what she has been up to. We are doing all we can to shut down the trade in cheetah cubs to feed […]

    Continue reading
  • March 2021 wildlife photographer takeover – Alison Buttigieg

    This month we’re thrilled to feature the amazing work of Alison Buttigieg, whose unique imagery of cheetahs really displays the majesty of these wild predators, alongside some absolutely cub photos too, of course! A huge thank you to Alison for sharing her work with us, and if you want to see more of her work, […]

    Continue reading
  • Our new cheetah-saving vehicle, thanks to you!

    We love sharing good news and this specifically put a very big smile on our faces! Last year, our monthly supporters and donations to our Tour De Cheetah event were sent over to our illegal wildlife trade team to support their crucial cheetah rescue and care work. Through our illegal wildlife trade fundraising campaigns in […]

    Continue reading
  • Work For Good – Button and Squirt

    Work For Good is a platform that was set up to help charities raise funds from small businesses and offer businesses a fundraising platform which helps them to raise funds for the charities they care about. We’re very lucky to have a few small businesses who donate a proportion of their profits each month to […]

    Continue reading
  • International Women’s Day – Dr Laurie Marker

    When we think about the great names in conservation and the environment, many female scientists and activists spring to mind – Dr Jane Goodall, Sylvia Earle, Dian Fossey, Dr Briuté Galdikas, Greta Thunberg, Jill Robinson, and our very own Dr Laurie Marker. These remarkable people deserve our celebration each day, but as today is International […]

    Continue reading
  • CCF in the news: Stop the Illegal Wildlife Trade: The battle to rescue cheetahs from the deadly pet trade in the Horn of Africa

    On World Wildlife Day, Daisy Dunne speaks to a veterinary surgeon caring for cheetah cubs confiscated from smugglers in Somaliland – extract taken from an article in The Independent. “Some of the cubs that I’ve seen just look horrible”, says Dr Mahesh Bhatt, a 27-year-old veterinary surgeon from Birmingham who has been working for a […]

    Continue reading