Adoptions are an ideal way of helping save some of the rarest cats in the world, whether it be the smallest wild cat, the Sri Lankan rusty spotted cat, the rarest of all big cats, the Amur leopard or the largest of big cats, the magnificent Amur tiger.
Adopting helps with the cats husbandry, including food and veterinary care when required.
As an adopter you are able to visit on one of the Supporters Afternoons run throughout the year, (one visit per 12 month adoption period); where you will be able to tour our site at your leisure, enjoy talks from the keepers followed by light refreshments. There is also the opportunity of bringing up to 4 guests for a suggested donation of £25 each.
Aquarius was born on 1st April 2011 and arrived at The Big Cat Sanctuary in July 2011 from the Rare Species Conservation Centre.
He is typical of his species and is a good natured cat who enjoys eating fish for breakfast and dinner every day. He readily dives into the water to get his fish and is confident to come up to be fed every day, much to the amazement of those lucky enough to get to see it.
He sneaks around the swampy grassy areas in his enclosure, hiding and also sleeping in the long grass.