Mission

Panther Ridge combines feline husbandry with conservation awareness to educate the public on wild felines.

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Meet The Cats

Panther Ridge has many residents along a wide spectrum of species. Learn more about our feline residents.

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News

There’s always something going on. Keep up to date on Panther Ridge news and what your favorite felines are up to.

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Welcome to Panther Ridge

Part habitat, part haven, part labor of feline love, the Panther Ridge Conservation Center is above all else a home for some of the world’s most beautiful and endangered big cats. Nestled among the horse farms and estates of Wellington, Florida, near Palm Beach, Panther Ridge is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit institution dedicated to providing a lifelong home and superior care for exotic felines that have been abandoned, abused or neglected. Panther Ridge also provides hope — in the form of public education concerning the challenges these animals

face in the wild, the problems related to private ownership, and the programs around the world that are trying to help reestablish their populations. We collaborate with, and help raise money for, other organizations around the world that run cooperative captive breeding programs, in situ conservation projects, and reintroduction programs that are the foundation upon which the repopulation of endangered feline species will be based.

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Help Panther Ridge Conservation Center build new enclosures for animals in need and update existing ones Panther Ridge Conservation Center is a private non-profit facility that is dedicated to rescue, rehabilitation and preservation of exotic felines. We are dedicated ...
Start your Thursday off right with a little quiet time, featuring Meeka. She is growing up so fast, but you can still see a little bit of the blue left in her eyes that all cougar cubs are born with.
Timeline Photos Throwback Thursday to baby Isabella, who is now 7 years old!
Timeline Photos There are an estimated 30,000 cougars left in the wild today, but their population is declining due to threats such as hunting, habitat loss, habitat fragmentation and even automobile accidents.

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Timeline Photos Our cubs love playing hide and seek with each other... Can you spot Meeka!?
Timeline Photos Happy Monday! Did you know that cheetahs have enlarged nostrils and nasal cavities? That helps them get more air flow when they're running!
Timeline Photos Getting comfortable is never a challenge for Meeka!
Photos from Panther Ridge Conservation Center's post Happy Earth Day from all of us at Panther Ridge 🌍😻 #marchforscience
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Who said phonebooks can't be fun? We LOVE enrichment here at Panther Ridge, especially perfume, boxes and hard plastic toys!
Mingtoo and Mei are too cute to handle. They are siblings and have lived together their whole lives. Although grooming each other like this helps to keep them clean, it also reaffirms the strong bond they share.
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