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Jampa Arrived

Jampa Arrived

Panthera Africa Big Cat Sanctuary

At the breaking of dawn on Tuesday morning Jampa arrived from the Vet in Pretoria! We released him into his temporary enclosure with his sister Pema. He calmly and quickly exited his crate and went and sat by the fence where his sister was. Soon afterwards greetings and kisses started. 

Jampa's wound looks great and the test results are good. They are both on special food and supplements. They are still both settling in here at the moment but are making great progress!

We are so very happy to have them here and are also eternally grateful to those of you who have donated towards their relocation! They will have their own enclosure soon enough and then they can really settle in and enjoy the rest of their lives in peace, harmony and safety.

Jampa Arrived

Panthera Africa Big Cat Sanctuary

Panthera Africa is an educational centre and a safe haven for ambassador and rescued big cats, where no breeding or trading will take place. We offer educational and enrichments visits. Click on ‘More Info’ below to find out more about Panthera Africa.

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