Fight to Protect the Most Endangered Cat

The Iberian lynx is the world’s most endangered feline species. There are only about 100 adults left in the world.

The Iberian lynx used to roam freely in Spain, Portugal and Southern France – but the species is now confined to two small breeding populations in southern Spain.

Please sign the Care2 petition urging the government of Spain to devote resources to conservation efforts.

The most recent assessment of the species’ status revealed that the number of Iberian lynx are not sufficient for the survival of the species in the long term. This wild cat is on the brink of extinction.

They’ve lost their much of their habitat to human expansion and their food source is dwindling as rabbits face disease and population decline. Without action, they could soon disappear forever.

No cat species has gone extinct in at least 2,000 years. Please join the fight to save these wild cats.

Thank you for making a difference,

You can sign the care2 petition here

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