To establish a breeding program for Endangered Big Cat Species in areas where they will be protected from poaching. Allowing for an environment from where they can multiply in numbers sufficient to be released back in to their natural habitat. This program will be on-going until the Endangered Big Cat populations are diverse and sustainable enough to ensure their continued existence.
The Vision of the project is to re-establish a viable population of endangered species back into their natural habitats by breeding and expanding the gene pool through a coordinated relocation program of wild-bred animals, this will introduce the ability for the species to thrive naturally on a sustainable basis. With the expansion of the natural gene pool in their natural habitat, we will increase the wild populations and save the Endangered Big Cat Species from extinction.
The overall objective is to establish the means that will ensure the conservation of the Endangered Big Cats. By doubling their numbers based on current wild population estimates of today and conserve the species for future generations to witness.