“Cheetah +Anatolian Shepherd are pals for life”

Cheetah cub meets the Anatolian Shepherd puppy -an unusual duo

Click below to see the duo.

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This is the beginning of the Cat Ambassador plan, which works in conjunction with the

Cheetah Conservation Fund of Africa to protect cheetahs from farmers in Namibia and South Africa killing any cheetahs they see.

If farmers can see and relationship between these to animals then they can understand when they see the full grown dog in action that cheetahs usually will avoid encounters with the dog and the dog has no fear of the cat.

When the farmers see how dedicated these dogs are to the flock they guard, they will not need to shoot the cheetahs. This dog protects his flock as a mother would protect her own. It is a non-lethal predatory control solution.

The Anatolian Shepherd has been bred in Turkey for thousands of years as a sturdy herd dog and would never leave livestock that it was trained to guard.

Today weighing in at 100+ lbs. Alexa would have no problems defending herself if Sahara the cheetah who is a decidedly skinny 85 lbs wanted to play to hard.

Sahara and Alexa the cubs seen above as they are educating visitors to the Cincinnati Zoo about friendship. They also travel to schools around America showing off their unconventional friendship to fascinated school children.

For more information on cheetahs click.

Cat and dog friendship?

Cat and dog friendship

For more information from Nature’s Crusaders’ library on cheetahs click.

Help the cheetahs today Cheetah.org. Thank you.

Run to save the cheetah.

Race for the cheetah so they can continue to run in the wild

RUN FOR THE CHEETAH 2010 OR CREATE A RUN AT YOUR SCHOOL,

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Race for the cheetah so they can continue to purr while running in the wild

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Resources

Video courtesy of Youtube.com

Excerpts courtesy of Mailonsunday.co.uk/cheetah

Image cheetah and dog courtesy of dailymail.co.uk

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