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

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

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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.

The star of the night- Mingtoo! Thanks to everyone who came to our fundraiser we had a great turnout! Guests who went on mini tours last night were amazed to see how active and playful clouded leopards are after dusk.

Tonight's the night! Panther Ridge will be hosting a fundraiser tonight at 6pm. See our Facebook page for details. Come show your love and support for our cats!
Hello there! If you love Panther Ridge and our residents be sure to spread the word by telling your friends about us, writing reviews, and sharing our Facebook page!
Most cats hate water, but Mateo our jaguar loves it! Jaguars are the best swimmers of the big cats, and actually have webbed toes to help them swim.
Did you know: The Florida panther population dropped to such low numbers that in 1995 a genetic restoration plan was put into place that brought 8 female Panthers from the Texas population in order to breed with the Florida population ...
When Mateo isn’t busy playing, going on walks or eating he spends his time lounging around his enclosure.
The term jaguar comes from the Native American word yaguar, which means “he who kills with one leap.”
Meeka still enjoys some thumb sucking
Flashback friday to this dynamic duo! A younger Meeka and Mateo
Bella is making sure Mateo looks his best this morning
Happy Valentine's Day!!
Show our cats some love by scheduling a tour to come see them! Call 561-795-8914 to schedule your tour!
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