Cheetah

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Catch one if you can! Symbolically adopt the fastest land animal in the world to help speed up the recovery of species like the cheetah.

Each adoption kit includes a high-quality plush, personalized adoption certificate, educational poster and an optional reusable tote bag.

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WHY ADOPT A CHEETAH?

The striking cheetah has long legs, a slender body and semi-retractable claws that allow for swift movements when chasing prey at high speeds. Cheetahs blend well into high grasses and can instantly burst into speeds up to 112 km/hr — faster than a sports car — making them excellent predators.

Despite its expertise in obtaining prey, the cheetah is listed as Vulnerable by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Your symbolic adoption helps WWF protect habitats across the globe, ensuring the long-term survival of species like the cheetah.

DESIGNED TRUE-TO-LIFE

All cheetahs have a black "tear mark" running from each eye to their mouth which allows them to see better in daylight. Just like the real species, our spotted plush boasts this feature, along with a distinctive spotted coat and long tail that works like a rudder. By swinging its tail back and forth, the cheetah can continually adjust to the movement of prey, allowing for sudden turns during high-speed chases.

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