Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) cares for orphaned, old or injured cheetahs that cannot be released back into the wild as they do not have the skills or physical capabilities to survive. CCF provides a sanctuary for these cheetahs, but if another approved home becomes available, CCF relocates these cheetahs to an alternate captive facility. However, for the most part, these cheetahs are permanent residents of CCF.

Two of these cheetahs are now sponsored by Canadians who generously donate through Cheetah Conservation Fund Canada. Click on the images below to learn more about Canada’s cheetahs!

Aurora, Photo by Eli Walker

Aurora, Photo by Eli Walker

Rainbow. Photo by Eli Walker

Rainbow. Photo by Eli Walker

And watch this video to learn more about how cheetahs are cared for by Cheetah Conservation Fund:

By sponsoring a non-releasable cheetah, you can help cover part or all of the annual costs of caring for them. Each cheetah costs CCF an estimated $5,000 a year in care and includes food, veterinary care and pen maintenance.

To donate online, please click here or if you prefer to mail us a cheque, please use our mail in order form (PDF). Make your cheque payable to the Cheetah Conservation Fund Canada, and send it to the address shown on the form.