For anyone who is keen on conservation, the opportunity to go and work with big cats and handle and help to rear orphaned cubs to prepare them for release into the wild seems like a dream come true. This is the account of the experiences of one such person, who paid good money for the privilege but became increasingly concerned at the practices observed. Over the course of several visits it became more and more obvious that things were not what they seemed and that far from conserving the species, this was a cynical ploy to make money by providing cannon fodder for the trophy-hunting industry, exploiting the good intentions of the volunteers who came to help care for the animals.
|Publication Date:||14th December 2015|
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