Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia

 
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 1 donation
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Tracking Zinzi
    By - CCF Staff - CCF Staff
    There really is nothing quite like tracking a wild cheetah. A week or so ago, myself, another one of our cheetah staff and a couple of volunteers, went out in the afternoon to locate one of our collared cheetahs, Zinzi. We were additionally excited because we knew Zinzi had become a first time mother only a month or so...
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 3 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 4 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Update On Our Newest Additions and Health Checkups
    By - CCF Staff - CCF Staff
    Our youngest cheetah, B2 is now one year old and has been bonded succesfully with Phoenix. The two are doing great together and B2 is settling into his new home with his new coalition mate nicely! CCF was pleased to host some of the management of B2Gold and their guests during a visit to the CCF main campus yesterday....
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 2 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 4 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 43 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Meet B2, CCF's youngest Orphan Cheetah!
    By - CCF Staff - CCF Staff
    Named after a friend of CCF, B2 arrived at CCF in August when he was just 4 months old. As a young cub without his mother, B2 required lots of care and staff attention and resources to keep him fed, healthy and happy! It has now been four months since we rescued this amazing cheetah and he is doing very well and has made a...
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 24 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 3 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 2 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Great news from Erindi!!! Spotlight on Jacomina
    By - CCF Staff - CCF Staff
    During out last update, four of our orphaned cheetahs were released back into the wild. Over the past few weeks CCF staff members have been in Erinidi monitoring the progress of the cheetahs who were recently released, and Jacomina is doing fabulously! Jacomina successfully hunted an adult male steenbok. This is a great...
    • 10 months ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 4 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has made updates to their project page.
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 2 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 81 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Who Takes Care of the Resident Cheetahs?
    By - Michael Kraus - CCF Intern
    When you arrive at CCF you will be probably overwhelmed by all the information that you get. A million facts about cheetahs are explained to you in the museum of the visitor centre. Shortly after you will be taken to a safety and security briefing around CCF. While you are still thinking about the snakes, scorpions and...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Minja, Emma, and Jacominja Release
    By - Eli Walker - Research Technician
    When the Leopard Pen Gate opened on Monday 23rd December, Minja, Jacominja and Emma were about to face life on their own, in the wild. Each of them had been fitted with a GPS tracking collar which regularly takes a new GPS location and transmits the new data back to us early each day. Each collar also has a VHF transmitter...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    An important year for one of our resident cheetahs
    By - Ryan Marcel Sucaet - Assistant Cheetah Keeper
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has made updates to their project page.
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has made updates to their project page.
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    PHD Research - Study on Captive Cheetahs
    By - Ashley Franklin - PhD Student Research Intern
    For me, coming to CCF was not only about fulfilling a long time dream of working with cheetahs but about conducting research as well. I am a PhD candidate at the University of Maryland College Park (USA) and I work with the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute to investigate how stress is related to disease in captive...
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Keeping an Eye on Amani
    By - Beth Fellenstein (Taken from blog post) - Constituent Relationship Manager
    Caring for resident cheetahs often requires more than just routine feeding. About seven months ago, one of CCF’s resident non-releasable cheetahs, Amani, developed a corneal lesion on her right eye: a cloudy area with a white speck barely visible. Initially the condition did not seem to irritate her, and we really...
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 51 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Rainbow and Aurora
    By - Jenny Bartlett - Cheetah Keeper
    On the 8th February 2013 CCF received a call from a farmer telling us they had a young cheetah cub that was extremely weak.  They had found her on the side of the road and she obviously had not eaten for a while as she was too weak to get up and run away. Luckily for the young cub, she was taken to the farm and...
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Temporary Residents - Gobabis to Otjiwarongo
    By - Ryan Marcel Sucaet - Assistant Cheetah Keeper & Research Assistant
    On 7 November 2012, Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) staff was called to pick up five cheetahs that were caught inside traps set out by a farmer in the Gobabis region of Namibia (~ 6 hour drive from CCF headquarters).    Before the CCF team arrived, they were informed that one of the cheetahs, a young female,...
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Resident Cheetah Needs Surgery
    By - Amelia Zakiewicz - CCF Veterinarian
    Your donations help us do so much to preserve the health of our resident cheetahs!  GlobalGiving is having a bonus day on October 17th.  Please consider giving a gift to The Cheetah Conservation Fund Through GlobalGiving. Last week Mendel, one of our male cheetahs, had a big operation. He had a foreign body...
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    When Orphan Cheetahs Run Wild
    By - Liz Georges - Communications Manager
    Although the Cheetah Conservation Fund is currently home to 45 captive cheetahs, our organisation’s mainfocus is not keeping cheetahs in captivity. That said,when a cheetah is orphaned at a very young age, thereare no other alternatives except captivity. These cheetahs would be unable to care for themselves and learn...
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 81 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Dental Exams Help Cheetahs Eat
    By - Gabriella Flacke DMV - Veterinarian
    Donate today, and tell your friends!  Today, June 13th, is a Globalgiving bonus day! Make a gift to CCF through Globalgiving today, and CCF will receive a 50% match! On May 23rd, two of our older captive cheetahs went to Otjiwarongo to see a human dentist, Dr. Dennis Profitt.  We are very fortunate to have the...
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has made updates to their project page.
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Mothering Cheetahs
    By - Beth Fellenstein - Constituent Relationship Manager
    Your Mother's Day Gift Through Global Giving, will help us nurture motherless cubs like the group formerly known as the OK Cubs (‘OK’ stands for Okakarara, where they were originally from). Peter, Kaijay, Senay and Tiger Lily - cannot really be called cubs anymore. At almost 21 months old, these cheetahs are...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Time for Annual Exams
    By - Beth Fellenstein - Constituent Relationship Manager
    Annual medical examinations are generally performed in April of each year on all of CCF’s cheetahs.  Each donation made to Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia helps CCF to provide not only food, but also medical care for these magnificent animals. Even though most of the annual exams are performed in April, it is...
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has made updates to their project page.
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Wild Mum
    By - Beth Fellenstein - Constituent Relations Manager
    CCF has worked for two decades to teach farmers to coexist with cheetahs—and those efforts are paying dividends. A while back a livestock farmer became alarmed by the presence of a cheetah we later dubbed Wild Mumand her two cubs near his livestock kraal. Rather than killing them on site, the farmer trapped them and...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    CCF's orphaned cheetahs
    By - Allison Rogers - Grants Manager
    Currently, CCF has 52 cheetahs that were either orphaned or injured and came to CCF to be cared for. That number is slightly down from a year or two ago due to CCF's "rewilding" program. We developed a very successful protocol that allows cheetahs that have been in captivity to relearn to hunt and protect themselves in a...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 98 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    All donations matched until August 31
    By - Allison Rogers - Grants Manager
    In memory of Chewbaaka, CCF's cheetah ambassador in Namibia for 15 years who passed away in April, CCF is conducting the Chewbaaka Memorial Challenge. All donations up to $300,000 will be matched, dollar for dollar. Chewbaaka was rescued by Dr. Laurie Marker when he was only 10 days old and extremely ill. In the process of...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    CCF Loses World-Renowned Ambassador Cheetah
    By - Allison Rogers - Grants Manager
    On April 3, Chewbaaka, CCF's ambassador cheetah, died peacefully in his sleep, a month after sustaining injuries while tussling with a kudu that had leaped into his enclosure. Chewbaaka was almost 16 years old, which is extremely old for a cheetah. Chewbaaka arrived at CCF when he was less than two weeks old. His siblings...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Next Four Captive Cheetahs To Be Rewilded?
    By - Allison Rogers and CCF Keeper Matt - Grants Manager
    Recently, when CCF’s keepers arrived at the pen of the Four Scientists (a group of four male cheetahs named Darwin, Fossey, Livingstone and Mendel) for their daily feeding, the cats were nowhere to be seen. This was HIGHLY unusual as the eager Scientists always are waiting at the gate for the feeding truck...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Four out, four in
    By - Allison Rogers - Grants Manager
    On the same day that four formerly captive cheetahs were soft-released into CCF's game park to determine if they can learn to hunt, CCF took possession of four 2-month-old cubs. The cubs arrived in a beat-up cage; they were filthy and terrified. Cubs that young still need intensive care, and these quickly blossomed at CCF....
    • 4 years ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    More CCF cheetahs readied to return to the wild
    By - Allison Rogers - Grants manager
    After CCF's successful "rewilding" of seven captive cheetahs in Namibia in 2008/2009, we're ready to do it again. Recently four long-time cheetah residents at CCF--all female--were radio-collared and released into CCF's 4,000-hectare Bellebenno game camp. The camp is fenced but has plenty of prey for the cheetahs to hunt....
    • 5 years ago
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia has received 94 donations
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  • Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia posted a progress report
    Reintroduced cheetahs thriving
    By - Allison Rogers - Grants manager
    In late 2008, five captive male cheetahs were reintroduced into a wild area of Namibia where cheetahs. The males were chosen because they had shown the inclination to hunt. Before reintroduction, they were housed in a large enclosure with plenty of prey species. Then they were released into the NamibRand Nature Reserve and...
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Project Leader

Shannon Sharp

Operations Director
Otjiwarongo, Namibia

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