Today, numerous species of wildcats are endangered or extinct in the world. Some of those endangered or extinct wildcat species include the panthera tigris, panthera pardus, panthera leo persica, lynx canadensis, felis pardina, felis canadensis, caracal caracal michaelis, leptailurus serval constantina, puma concolor, and the panthera onca are all endangered species. Sadly, this is only a small part of the long list of extinct or dangered wildcats.

Some of the places in which wildcats are being endangered include Temperate and Tropical Asia, Siberia, east and central Asia, Africa, North America, and South America.

There are still things people can do to help save the wildcat species of the world. Unfortunately, most people cannot literally adopt and housed these wildcat species in their homes. Fortunately, there are many wildlife sanctuaries and reserves that can provide habitat and food for these needy animals.

People who would like to help support wildcats should donate money and food to local, national, or global wildlife sanctuaries. The Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary in Jacksonville, Florida is one of the many wildlife sanctuaries that has houses and helps save numerous rare animal species including the white tiger, cougar, African lion, Arctic fox, Siberian tiger, and Siberian tiger. You may also donate funds to the World Wildlife Fund and other such organizations.

If you do not have enough money to donate, you can help by volunteering at your local wildlife reserve, zoo, or sanctuary. A lot of wildlife sanctuaries do not have many paid employees and rely on volunteer labor.

Everyone should participate in the rescue of wildcats or other endangered species. If not, many of these endangered wildcat species will become extinct in no time.

Source by Anton Lebedev