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Cheetah Conservation Fund Canada
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Dedicated to the long-term survival of the cheetah and its ecosystems
Dedicated to the long-term survival of the cheetah and its ecosystems

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#SavetheCheetah  Today is International Cheetah Day

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Don't miss this will be a rare opportunity to meet Dr. Laurie Marker, conservationist and world renowned cheetah expert in London Ontario .

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The Cheetah -SUPERMOM in the animal kingdom A female cheetah raises her young in isolation, moving around every few days to keep predators from catching their scent. A female cheetah usually gives birth to a litter of two to five cubs at a time. These cubs live with their mother for almost two years learning how to fend for themselves. Read More - [http://www.msn.com/…/pets/12-supermoms-in-the-animal-kingdom] 
HELP THESE MOMS at http://cheetahconservationfund.ca/you-can-help/
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On behalf of the Board of Cheetah Conservation Fund Canada,
we invite you to join us for our 2014 Annual General Meeting.
Date/Time/Location:
• Saturday, January 24th, 2015, 12 noon – 1 pm EST
• Via teleconference

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Still time to enter your children's artwork, contest closes November 28th

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Visit us in London Ontario Sunday October 19th at the London Children's Museum : National Science and Technology Week Celebration

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CCF' mission is to save cheetahs in the wild. CCF staff released Jacomina and her cubs into Erindi Private Game Reserve and her progress is still being monitored. We have to supplement feed and water the cats until they are fully sufficient on their own. Enjoy this video of Jacomina and her cubs taking a refreshing drink of water.

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Are you in the Vancouver Area?  Don't miss our upcoming event with Dr. Laurie Marker:
 Living with Cheetahs: How Humans and Wildlife can Flourish Together
Date:  October 2, 2014
Location: UBC, Robson Square, 800 Robson Street, Vancouver, BC
Please share this event with your friends! 

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In an age of climate change where droughts are predicted to be more common, the need for predators to stabilize vegetation eating animals is even more important.
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