Be the Catalyst: Tiger looking to the left
© Hardik Pala
“Thank you for CATalyzing change for my feline cousins! In November, Panthera sent out an urgent call for help — and you answered. Together, we were all CATalysts for change.”
Prince Prince
Mascot of the Ayers Wild Cat Conservation Trust

From the mountains of Patagonia to the floodplains of Zambia, wild cats face a multitude of challenges. Poaching, habitat loss and human-wildlife conflict threaten to drive wild cat species to the edge. These challenges may be daunting but this Giving Tuesday, we took a stand to Create Action Today for the future of wild cats tomorrow.

Donate now and be the catalyst


Panthera's CATalyst campaign is inspiring cat enthusiasts of all ages to recognize and generate awareness about the inextricable link between wild cats and ecosystem health. As keystone species, wild cats are key to the health of our planet. Join our community of CATalysts who are Creating Action Today for the future of wild cats tomorrow.

Whether you choose to donate, promote Panthera on social media using our toolkit, or simply learn more about wild cats — every member of our pride can further cat protection.

Wild cats everywhere are counting on you to do your part. How will you CATalyze change?


© Steve Winter


Ecotourism is flourishing in the Pantanal, the world’s largest wetlands, thanks to the 99 jaguars spotted in 2022 alone. Not only are jaguars furthering economic activity, but also biodiversity and even the water upon which we rely. Learn More »

© Nicolás Lagos/Panthera


Pumas have the largest range of any terrestrial mammal in the Americas, across which they provide energy and nutrients via interactions with 485 species of birds, plants, insects and other mammals. Learn More »

© Sebastian Kennerknecht


Bobcats primarily subsist on small prey like rodents, which controls rodent populations and limits the spread of disease. But when bobcats consumed rodents exposed to rodenticides, they were more than 7 times more likely to die of mange than any other source of mortality. Learn More »

Live Sessions

CATalyzing the Future with Alana and Alex Rabinowitz

Friday, December 9 at 10 a.m. EST

Panthera's CATalyst campaign is inspiring cat enthusiasts of all ages to recognize and generate awareness about the inextricable link between wild cats and planetary health.

Tomorrow, on December 9, we will have a conversation with Alana and Alex Rabinowitz, the children of Panthera’s late co-founder, Alan Rabinowitz, about the importance of wild cats and how everyone can get involved in their protection. Now in their twenties, Alex and Alana are CATalyzing change for wild cats — in between law school and pre-med classes!

Tune in to learn about how Alan’s legacy lives on, as well as practical steps you can take to Create Action Today for the future of wild cats tomorrow.

CATalyst: Reintroduction

Tuesday, November 22 at 10 a.m.

Climate change, biodiversity loss and prey depletion are just a few of the most urgent issues facing wild cats today. But as keystone species, reintroducing wild cats to an ecosystem can shape, balance and restore the entire habitat. Panthera works to re-establish the populations of three species within their native ranges — Arabian leopards, lions and jaguars.

On Tuesday, November 22, Panthera president and CEO Dr. Fred Launay hosted a live fireside chat with some of Panthera’s leading scientists.

Social Media Toolkit

Share How You Support Wild Cats

Please use the following tools to help guide your social media activity for your CATalysit participation. Be sure to personalize and share your stories, photos and experiences.

Directions to Save Images: On desktop, right click and "save image as."
On mobile, touch & hold the image until a prompt pops up allowing you to add or save to your phone.

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Social Posts

Please post some of these beautiful images to your Instagram & Facebook accounts.


Suggested Copy:

I'm supporting Panthera in their CATalyst campaign to raise money to help protect threatened wild cats around the globe. Donations are matched. Help me catalyze change for tigers, jaguars and more: #BeTheCATalyst @pantheracats

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Social Stories

Please utilize the following images to create stunning Instagram and Facebook stories. Customize your stories and let your imagination run wild! Try incorporating some of our stickers.

Story Backgrounds


Story Images


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Did you know you can use these stickers on Instagram? Create an Instagram Story and click the "Sticker" icon at the top. Then search for "Panthera" to find and use all our stickers on your stories!



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Tags & Hashtags

Tag Panthera in your posts. This way, we'll see, engage and potentially share.

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok:


Use hashtags in your captions which will expose your posts to new people and help us find your content.

Hashtags to use:

  • #BeTheCATalyst
  • #GivingTuesday

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Suggested Tweets

  • Wild cats flourish when we Create Action Today. I'm donating to Panthera to be a CATalyst for change. Join me in protecting wild cats. All gifts are matched. #BeTheCatalyst @pantheracats
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  • I'm Creating Action Today and CATalyzing change for wild cats by donating to Panthera, an organization dedicated to wild cats. Will you join us? All gifts are matched. #BeTheCatalyst @pantheracats
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  • I'm part of the pride that's Creating Action Today for wild cats. I am CATalyzing change by donating to Panthera to help protect wild cats. Join us! Donations are matched. #BeTheCatalyst @pantheracats
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  • Panthera is CATalyzing change, Creating Action Today, for the 40 species of wild cats. Help me start a chain reaction by donating this holiday season. All gifts will be matched. #BeTheCatalyst @pantheracats
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  • Join the Panthera pride and Create Action Today for wild cats by donating to wild cats today. All gifts will be matched, so we can all be CATalysts! #BeTheCatalyst @pantheracats
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Printable Signs

Print and take a photo with one of these signs! Make sure to tag @Pantheracats