Animal Welfare

Founded in 2006, Panthera is devoted to the conservation of the world’s forty species of wild cats and the vast ecosystems they inhabit. Our team of biologists, data scientists, law enforcement experts, and wild cat advocates studies and protects the seven species of big cats: cheetahs, jaguars, leopards, lions, pumas, snow leopards, and tigers. Panthera also creates targeted conservation strategies for the world’s most threatened and overlooked small cats.
New York
United States