The WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to ensuring a wild future for all wildcats. Our mission is to protect and defend all native and non-native wildcats.
From bobcats, lynx, and pumas to the thousands of lions, tigers, leopards, cheetahs, and little wildcats living in captive environments, the WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society is solely devoted to ending the commercial exploitation of all wildcats.
The WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society’s primary objectives are to drastically reduce and subsequently eliminate the private ownership of wildcats as pets; wildcats held in road side zoos and pseudo-sanctuaries; using wildcats for entertainment purposes; and the hunting, trade, and trafficking of wildcats.
The WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society will achieve its mission and accomplish its objectives by engaging the legal system through legislation and litigation; by promoting public interest in the protection and conservation of wildcats; through educating communities about wildcats, their habitats, and importance to our environment; and by collaborating with other individuals, organizations, and programs that promote the protection and conservation of wildcats and their habitats.
Please explore the website to learn more about wildcats, the work performed by the WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society, the ways in which you can become an advocate for all wildcats–Join Our Pride Lionesses for Wildness (lions & cubs welcome too!) and go On the Prowl with us!
The WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society was founded and organized based on the need for an entity that is solely devoted to protect and defend all native and non-native wildcats and their habitats. In turn, we hope that through our wildcat programs and services, we will also aid all species of wild animals.
On behalf of the WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society team, we sincerely thank you for your interest in our organization and its initiatives. We hope that you will visit us often, learn all you can and teach others about wildcats, and with the utmost sincerity, know that it is not really about us—it is about them—and only for them—the wildcats!