Big Cat • Adopt It
Big Cat • Adopt It
Big Cat • Adopt It
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Big Cat • Adopt It

If you're looking for something different in a gift, this is it.

This adoption pack works with People's Trust for Endangered Species (PTES), a registered charity which helps big cats throughout the world by conserving their habitat and protecting them from poachers. Your 12-month adoption of one of the five big cats available will make a valuable contribution to the protection of these beautiful animals and is a wonderful gift for any big cat enthusiasts.

This tin features an introduction to the big cats you'll be directly aiding and is brimming with facts and figures about big cats in the wild. Additionally, after following the simple online registration, you will receive a personalised supporter certificate.

What's Inside?

• Welcome letter
• Your gift explained
• People’s Trust for Endangered Species fact sheet
• Big cat infographic
• Big cat information leaflet
• Big cat poster
• Big cat postcard
• Registration sheet



    After registration - A personalised supporter certificate will be dispatched to you within 28 days of your registration. You will also receive updates from the charity.*
    *Newsletters are sent at the discretion of the charity.

    How long do I have to register my gift?
    You need to register your gift before the ‘register by’ date on your gift registration booklet. We recommend that you register your gift as soon as possible.

    How long does my adoption last?
    Your adoption lasts for 12 months from the date of registration.

    How long does it take for me to receive my certificate and photograph?
    These will be dispatched within 28 days receipt of your registration details. Occasionally, factors outside of the companies control may affect delivery times.

    Can I visit the giraffes?
    No. Unfortunately, because the big cats are endangered and due to the nature of the conservation projects, it is not possible to visit the cats. Part of the conservation efforts of PTES is to ensure that the cats maintain their natural behaviour in their natural habitat. This requires minimum disturbance to their natural environment.