My cat is Wild because he is crazy about his family and makes sure that we are guarded at all times 🙂
My dog is Wild because…. she loves traveling to new places to camp and hike!
My dog is Wild because…she is a free spirit happily prancing through life to the beat of her own drum!
My cat is Wild because…she loves water like it’s catnip! She will splash in a bowl of water all day.
My dog is Wild because…. he’s dotty about being wild & free!
My dog is Wild because… he loves climbing, hiking, and chasing anything that moves.
WILD & FREE COLLABORATION WITH GREATERGOOD.ORG
“We are incredibly excited to announce the launch of our new charity collaboration. There is nothing tame about this season’s feline print! Purchasing this limited edition FriendshipCollar for GreaterGood.org enables our customers to help endangered jaguars run wild & free, protected from poachers and able to breed.”
We will be donating 10% of proceeds from sales of the Wild & Free collar sets directly to Project Wildcat to protect jaguars in the Sky Islands Region in Sonora, Mexico. Project Wildcat is only just beginning but already promises to be a hugely successful conservation project! The sale of just two Wild & Free dog collars will protect 5 acres of land to be used as critical habitat for jaguars to safely roam.
“Due to a decrease of inhabitable land, jaguars, ocelots, and other predators have resorted to attacking and eating local livestock to survive. Over the past three years, 8% of the Sonora’s jaguar population have been killed by ranchers who felt threatened by the natural predators. At this rate, the Sonoran jaguar population could be wiped out in just a few decades. We need your help to make sure that doesn’t happen.” – GreaterGood.org
Jaguars used to roam freely as far north as the Grand Canyon. Sadly, over time the acts of hunting, trapping, and habitat loss pushed the jaguars out of the U.S. and into Mexico.
Today it is estimated that there are only 80 jaguars left in Sonora, Mexico. Severely endangered, this population is the last hope for the species’ reintroduction into the US.