In August 2016, a tiny cheetah cub, estimated to be three-months old at the time, came to the N/a’an ku sê Foundation Wildlife Sanctuary. Her mother had tragically been hit and killed by a car. The subsequent hand raising of Roadie resulted in her habituation to humans – a factor prohibiting her release back into the wilds of Namibia. N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary staff are highly experienced, dedicated to their animal charges and ensuring that the best possible care is bestowed on those relying on us for their future.
Roadie enjoys the luxuries of a natural and large camp on the N/a’an ku sê Reserve, with fellow cheetahs, Amber and Athena, making the perfect feline companions. The three have bonded beautifully and together create a terrific trio of ambassador animals. And Roadie certainly showcases the cheetah’s claim to fame – that of being the world’s fastest land animal. She leaps to life when chasing the cheetah lure, an enrichment activity that keeps our sprinters in the fast lane and allows them to reach high speeds. It’s also the ideal way to keep those lithe bodies in perfect form.
Let Roadie sprint into your life with a symbolic animal adoption. For only USD 200.00 per year, this incredible cat can become an irreplaceable family member. All funds raised benefit the cheetah conservation efforts of the N/a’an ku sê Foundation.
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