Timeless, classic, chic and bold, on or off the runway, leopard print is everywhere.
The ultimate icon, leopard spots dominate popular culture, while the magnificent cats that inspired the print are in a life and death struggle for survival. Channel your love for leopard print into environmental action.
In the wild, leopards are vanishing.
Extinct or near extinct in 12 countries
Killed for ceremonial garb, body parts, and trophy hunting
Most persecuted big cat in the world
Even though the real-world plight of leopards feels far away from our everyday lives, we can make a difference if we act to save leopards now.
#leopardspotted the campaign to raise $20 million
Do Something beautiful with spots and give back to leopards.
What if each time we donned our beloved spots we celebrated the leopard by giving a little, sharing a little, and joining the cause?
Your donation of any amount protects leopards now and for generations to come. 100% of your donation will go to Panthera leopard programs.
Help others connect the spots by wearing the print and spreading the word. Tag your posts with #leopardspotted.
Join us to become part of the movement to save the leopard from extinction, while there’s still time.
Join #leopardspotted and channel your love for the iconic print and the animals that inspired it.
Panthera is on the front lines in the fight to stop poaching, conserve habitats, and reduce the killing of leopards, but we need your help.
As the only organization in the world dedicated exclusively to the conservation of all species of wild cats, Panthera has a proven track record — and a plan — to save leopards globally. #Leopardspotted launches in 2020 with a $20 million goal, which will have a transformative impact on the future of leopards by allowing us to expand our flagship, life-saving programs.
Working with local partners in South Africa and Zambia, we develop synthetic fur garments for use in traditional ceremonies, reducing demand for the real thing. Hailed as the single most successful life-saving program for big cats ever.
With more than 70 PhD/MSc-level field scientists and experts drawn from law enforcement, the military, intelligence services, police, and crime sciences, we apply state-of-the art science and technology to the conservation effort.
In partnership with Saudi Arabia, we’re establishing a comprehensive strategy for conserving, breeding, and revitalizing the Arabian leopard population. Fewer than 200 Arabian leopards remain in the wild.
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