I completely forgot, but a few weeks ago, Tigers and Company turned three years old! 

Thank-you to everyone who follows me, and supports any kind of conservation effort around the world. The support for cats is really growing, and every year I see more and more people getting educated on the things that really matter.

There is still a lot more work that needs to be done, so I encourage people to get involved any which way they can. We are 100% responsible for all of these species, and we will ultimately decide whether they live or die. Please visit my conservation page, and browse through some organisations that you can help support. 

A female leopard takes down an impala by Martha van Rensburg


Machli (by dickysingh)

Some of my photographs are now available for purchase in a range of products like iphone cases, canvases and pillows. Please visit society6 for more (they ship worldwide), or message me for more information. Thanks!


Lion love by Darrell Ybarrondo


The Airstrip Male - leopard of Mala Mala (by hvhe1)

The famous Langklaas leopard of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in South Africa was visited by a lone lioness and her young cub, a day before she passed away. Whilst it’s common for lions to kill leopards, especially their cubs, this lioness decided to leave Langklaas be. The leopard, who was in very bad condition, died on the 8th of May 2014, after a suspected infection caused by an undelivered placenta. She was eight years old. 

Photo by Willie Visagie


Cheetah mother (Acinonyx jubatus), at rest with cubs, Masai Mara, Kenya by Elliott Neep


The african wildcat

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