Adopt a snow leopard

Powerful, captivating and incredibly vulnerable to threats like poaching, loss of prey and conflict with people. Help us protect this endangered big cat.

Make a real difference

Adopt now to help protect the few remaining snow leopards in the wild and support our other vital work around the world.

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Minimum donation is £3

Prefer a one-off payment?

We'll send you:

A cuddly toy snow leopard (optional)

My Snow Leopards and Wild World magazine 3 times a year

Factbook, certificate, bookmarks, stickers and more

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To have us call you to set up your adoption over the phone, text

Callme to 70099

We'll try to contact you within 15 minutes.

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Ringback service available 8am – 1am Mon-Fri and 8am – 10pm Saturday & Sunday.

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Last minute gift?

No problem! you can print or email a personalised gift certificate online to give on the day

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and help protect our natural world for future generations. For example just £3 a month could help us map the location of palm oil plantations.

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Camera Trap

£200 could buy a camera trap to film tigers in Huai Kha Khaeng, Thailand


£100 could pay for the training of one villager, in Borneo, to become a Wildlife Warden

Sniffer Dog

£60 could help train a sniffer dog to detect smuggled animal parts at borders

Rhino Protection Unit

£25 could pay a Rhino Protection Unit ranger's salary for 10 days


£10 could buy 40 seedlings to help replant the forests of Tanzania

Georgena Leroux, Snow leopard adopter
This is Jamie - he wanted to adopt a snow leopard "because they are running out". He's called his one 'Snowy' and plans on adopting more animals at every opportunity! Georgena Leroux
Snow leopard adopter
Gemma Heales, Polar bear adopter
I adopted a polar bear because they are amazing and strong. We must do all we can to save them! Gemma Heales
Polar bear adopter