Bosco, an African serval, arrived in 2002 when he was just six weeks old. We had received a call from another facility looking to place Bosco with other cats of his own species. Since we had space available, we agreed to take him in.
Life at the Sanctuary
Upon arrival, Bosco immediately bonded with Zepo, a caraval, who was having trouble being accepted by the other servals. As Bosco grew, his outgoing personality won every one of the servals over. He eventually introduced Zepo to them. Bosco was our little peacemaker.
They lived wonderfully together for many years. Their story of friendship diversity caught the eye of a National Geographic Kid’s Magazine editor who put their story in the October 2003 issue.
Zepo, has since passed away, but Bosco continues his friendship with several other servals living wild at heart. We’re so happy we’re able to provide these cats with companionship for life. We’d rather they be truly wild but, at least here, they spend their days with others of their kind.
How You Can Help
Caring for a wild cat is expensive. Especially when their lifespan can be 20+ years. That’s why our sponsorship program is so important. Would you perhaps consider being Bosco’s sponsor parent?
Or even a one time donation toward his care would be very helpful. It’s easy to do using the buttons at the top of this page. Thank you for your compassionate support.