Cleo is a female African serval who came to the sanctuary in 1998 as a kitten. She was the first resident to arrive at The Wildcat Sanctuary. So, she holds a very special place in our hearts.

Life at the Sanctuary

Back then, she was queen of her own castle since we didn’t have any other rescued residents. And she still likes to act as such to this day. She bonded¬†immediately with caracal Sampson when he arrived. The two were inseparable for many years of life together.

When Sampson passed, Cleo bonded with servals Mufasa and Morocco. To this day, they’re all constant companions.

Cleo still likes to be treated like a princess. She doesn’t like all the messes the other servals make. Plus, she demands that she’s the first one to play with the feather toy.¬† Of course, we’re happy to oblige.

How You Can Help

Taking in wild cat kittens means we make a lifelong commitment to them. Care for 20+ years can be very expensive. That’s why we developed our sponsorship program to help with these costs. Would you consider becoming Cleo’s sponsor parent?

Or even a one time donation toward her care would be very helpful. It’s easy using the buttons at the top of this page.

Thank you so much for your compassionate support!