Save our cool cats from extinction
The captivating snow leopard lives in the mountains of Central Asia. They are found in 12 countries - including China, Bhutan, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Russia, and Mongolia. But since the 1990s, their numbers have declined by at least 20%, leaving as few as 4,000 in the wild.
Habitat loss, climate change and the illegal wildlife trade threaten their future, with around four killed every week for their body parts. And with human settlements reducing their food sources, snow leopards are forced to take livestock for survival and can be killed by farmers in retaliation.
We must act now.
Adopting a snow leopard today can help protect them from extinction. Your monthly donations will symbolise your support for conservation and animal advocacy, and ensure snow leopards remain part of our environment forever.
And for each snow leopard you assist, you'll also help a host of other species too.