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Adopt a Tiger

It is a fact that poaching of tigers and illegal trade in tiger bones and parts is on the increase. CWI are dedicated to halting this vile practice. If poaching continues at its present rate of one tiger per day, tigers in the wild will soon disappear forever. Only 5,000-7,000 tigers remain in the wild, including an estimated 630 Indo-Chinese tigers.

CWI cares for two Indo-Chinese tigers that have fallen victim to illegal wildlife trade. Orphaned at very young ages, these tigers were not able to learn essential survival skills from their mothers and so would not survive if they were put back into the wild.

By becoming a foster parent you are enabling us to continue improving the lives of tigers and other displaced or injured animals, and to protect the habitats of their wild counterparts

For as little as 24.95* you can adopt a tiger for one year.

Packs will be despatched within 10 working days of receipt of order.

*plus P&P

Adopt Jasper
Adopt Jasper Jasper is an Indo-Chinese tiger born in October 1998. He weighed just 3kg when he was confiscated from smugglers in Cambodia, his mother no doubt killed by poachers. Jasper was already showing signs .. Read more ...
Adopt Meow
Adopt Meow As a juvenile tiger, Meow was chained up and surrounded by cars and fumes at a polluted and noisy petrol station in Bangkok. As a result he suffered terrible malnutrition, pneumonia and septic .. Read more ...

Tiger orphan, Cambodia
Tiger orphan, Cambodia
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TV presenter Liz Bonnin becomes CWI's second "celebrity foster parent"
TV presenter Liz Bonnin becomes CWI's second "celebrity foster parent"
CWI are pleased to announce that Liz Bonnin, host Read more ...

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