Panthera is creating a world where wild cats thrive in healthy, natural and developed landscapes that sustain people and biodiversity. Through cutting-edge scientific research, strategic species recovery, habitat restoration and collaboration with communities and partners, we're protecting the world's 40 species of wild cats and helping ensure a future for us all.
wild cat species to which Panthera is devoted to conserving.
countries where Panthera actively protects wild cats, across eight regions.
partnerships with goverment agencies to sustain lasting change.
Counter-Wildlife Crime information hubs around the globe.
Meet the Cats
12 of the world’s 18 most-threatened wild cat species are small cats. Learn more about these unique and under-studied creatures and join us to protect them.LEARN MORE
There are only 7,100 cheetahs left in the wild. Learn more about these speedy cats and join us to protect them.LEARN MORE
You may know them as panthers, cougars, mountain lions or catamounts — but most people don’t really know pumas. Meet this misunderstood and threatened species and learn what you can do to save them.LEARN MORE
Agile and adaptable, the leopard has the largest range of all the big cats — and is the most persecuted. Learn more about these spotted cats and how you can help to protect them.LEARN MORE
The snow leopard is one of the most enigmatic and least understood of the big cats. Get to know this elusive species — and what you can do to help protect them.LEARN MORE
Although jaguar populations are found throughout Latin America, this wild cat is threatened by illegal hunting, deforestation, human-cat conflict and loss of wild prey. Get to know them — and what you can do to help protect them.LEARN MORE
More than just “the king of the jungle,” lions are unique big cats that need your help to survive.LEARN MORE
PantheraCams (motion-activated cameras) produced to date
Synthetic furs created to date, sparing the lives of thousands of leopards, servals and lions
children taught about the importance of jaguar conservation through Panthera's Jaguar School