Panther Ridge

On Saturday, Oct. 9, we delivered 5 rabbits to The Panther Ridge Conservation Center. We are super excited to work with this non-profit organization. They are a conservation center for many species of big cats. From their website, “Panther Ridge Conservation Center in Palm Beach County, Florida, housing species such as cheetah, jaguar, leopard, clouded leopard, panther, ocelot, serval, and caracal. Guests are hard-pressed to pick a favorite cat.”

Many of the cats’ diets include rabbit meat. Rather than pay a supplier for the rabbits, the center has decided to start their own rabbit breeding program. In the long run, they will be able to feed the cats from their own meat production program for a lot less than buying rabbits already processed.

To learn more about Panther Ridge, follow this link.

A cheetah being taken for a walk by a handler. You can see what a beautiful facility Panther Ridge is in this photo.
The new bunnies in their new home.
One of the Cheetahs. Photo courtesy of Panther Ridge Conservation center.

Published by Randy Lovoy

I am a husband, father, and teacher.

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