Here are some ways to celebrate
Join us for dinner on December 1st!
Join us for brunch on December 4th!
Who doesn't just love brunch!?
Come to Jake's Restaurant in Palm Springs between the hours of 10am and 2:45pm where we will be hosting a brunch fundraiser.
The Living Desert in Palm Desert is celebrating
A YEAR OF THE CHEETAH
Join in the celebration @ one of the many CHEETAH THEMED EVENTS!
October 30 @ 10AM-2PM & October 31 @ 6PM-8:30PM
November 12 @ 7:30AM-8:30AM
November 25 to December 24 @ 6PM-9PM
February 25 @ 7:30AM
Read all about the latest CHEETAH NEWS in our blog!
Think you might have missed something? Read articles prior to September 2016 in the Archive!
CHEETAH NEWS from AROUND THE WORLD!
With only 50-70 Asiatic cheetahs left in the wild, the Conservation UK shared a couple articles about what could be done to saved them from extinction -- Read more...
Start planning your celebration now and let us know how you're going to ring in the big day on our Facebook page!
Check out our interactive Facebook Page!
Follow along as Purring Cheetahs travel the world and add photos of your own Cheetah adventures to join in the fun!
Find out about upcoming & past events on our Events page!
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Feedback from talks done by CCF So Cal:
I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed your talk at GCC on Monday -- it was surprisingly not-so-depressing. As a biology teacher who teaches a little of the human impact stuff every semester, I thought you did a really nice job of presenting some very positive things, while at the same time explaining the gravity of the situation. Thanks so much for coming, and please keep up the great work.
-- Rob Mauk, Glendale Community College
I figured at least 100 people attended your presentation. It was so well received; your passion and your work affects people so strongly - cheetahs are lucky to have you as an advocate - and us humans as well!
-- Hale Anderson, Glendale Community College