By adopting a wild furchild at the Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre you are contributing towards the veterinary expenses of 90 cheetahs, 50 wild dogs, 20 small mammals and around 30 endangered vultures.
The Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre does not receive any government funding and therefore depend heavily on public support to continue with the work that we do. You and your family can take a special interest in one of the centre's animals by adopting one or more of them.
Choose your favourite animal from the list of species and by sending your adopt and animal donation, you will be playing an important role in assisting us to maintain and care for these animals. All adoptions will be acknowledged on a special board at the Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre. You will recieve a certificate to acknowledge your adoption as well as a photograph via email of your adoptee.
In order to maintain the genetic integrity of these species, we need to have a large population of both cheetah and wild dog. Just as you would need to use external parasite control on your dogs and cats at home, we also need to make sure our wild furkids are tick and flee free. The only difference is these animals are a lot larger, therefor they require more of the products as it is calculated according to their weight
For more information on our adoptions program please email Lu-Mari on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Until next time, have a purrfect day.