Twin Your Pet And Help Endangered Animals
Thursday, 7 March 2013 | D for Dog
Some of the world's top predators are in serious trouble and desperately need your help explain People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES).
If you can spare any money or time to help please read on, and just think in 20 years time when there is a healthy number of endangered big cats and wild dogs in the wild once again you can say it was partly because of you.
Saving big cats and wild dogs
"We have teams on the ground working night and day to protect these iconic animals and their homes but more needs to be done and fast. The only thing stopping us from doing more is that we simply don’t have enough money. This is where you come in."
They have two really interesting schemes that animal and pet loves can take part in and help endangered animals.
Twin your pet
Does your beloved pet deserve a warm glow too by helping his or her wild cousins? You can twin your pet cat or dog with one of its wild cousins, a big cat or wild dog that it most reminds you of. All donations will support the Saving Big Cats and Wild Dogs campaign.
Your pet will receive an engraved ID tag to wear with pride so everyone can see they are saving wildlife, along with a personalised photograph sponsorship certificate emailed to you for you to use as a screen saver or print out and keep. You will receive regular e-news updates and the bi-annual supporter magazine, Wildlife World.
To find out more visit twin your pet with a wild carnivore
Befriend a big cat or wild dog
If you do not have your own cat or dog then why not befriend one in the wild? If you are a cat lover then you can choose to befriend a lion, snow leopard, or Scottish wildcat. If you are more of a dog person then you can befriend either a dhole or an Ethiopian wolf.
You can be happy in the knowledge that you are helping a big cat or wild dog survive in its natural habitat. In return you will receive a thank you letter and a lovely key fob to make you smile every morning. You will receive regular e-news updates and the bi-annual supporter magazine, Wildlife World.
To find out more visit befriend a big cat or wild dog