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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We'd love to have you here for a tour...we are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY...so please call us.

A Safe Home for Endangered Big Cats at 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. We are nestled among the horse farms and estates of Wellington, Florida, near Palm Beach. Panther Ridge is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit institution that provides 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 of exotic big cats, as well as about programs around the world that try to help re-establish their populations. We collaborate with, and help raise money for, other organizations around the world that run cooperative captive breeding programs, conservation projects, and reintroduction programs. These are the foundation upon which the re-population of endangered feline species will be based.

As we continue the process of moving, we invite donations for our big cat enclosure building expenses. Any amount helps. 👍🏻 Thank you for your support. 🐆 #conservation #gofundme https://t.co/CFz0CTRePI
Click here to support Help with our new facility! organized by Panther Ridge Panther Ridge is temporarily CLOSED! Our phone is offline as well! Our animal care staff is focusing all of their time and energy to the cats, therefore all business inquiries can be directed towards pantheridge@aol.com

Building new enclosures is expensive ...
We are moving! Wellington ➡️ Loxahatchee Groves. Stay tuned for news about our new and improved facility! https://t.co/05WrO9UpBM
Due to our impending move we have officially CLOSED off our tours until we are settled in our new location! We are all very excited about the move and are building up better then before. We will announce on our ...
Duma is a serval and has the largest ears in relation to his body size of any cat. If we had ears that big in relation to our body, they would be the size of dinner plates! Servals use those ...
Check out Dru and his dreamy eyes! Did you know that clouded leopards and most cats are born with blue eyes? This is because their eyes don’t start producing enough melanin to make them brown for several months after birth- ...
Click here to support Help with our new facility! organized by Panther Ridge Please consider donating or sharing our gofundme to help with costs of moving our facility!

Www.gofundme.com/pantherridge
Help Panther Ridge Conservation Center build new enclosures and a brand new facility at our new location in Loxahatchee, FL Panther Ridge Conservation Center ...
Right in our backyards remains some 180 Florida Panthers. Unfortunately over 30 get killed every year due to automobile incidents. Humans encroaching onto their habitat continues to make surviving that much harder for these cats.

Meeka was born in captivity ...
Lura is one of our three Clouded Leopard cubs. The first thing you may notice in this picture is the length of her tail after her adorable face of course! Clouded Leopards are equipped with a long, strong tail reaching ...
Amos is extremely playful and loves to run around his enclosure. Did you know leopards are another species of cat that can run pretty fast? Charlie is not our only resident cat with some speed! Leopards can reach an average ...
Phoebe is relaxing in her favorite chair this morning. When first looking at her, many people think lynx, but Phoebe is a Caracal. They do have a nickname called the 'desert lynx' but have a longer body and and tail! ...
Have you read our feature in the ⁦@pbpost⁩ yet? 🐆📰 https://t.co/GaFTM6tZ6n

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