Meet the


Like the rest of us, wildcats have their own personalities and interests. Droma’s the confident one. Cranachan loves a chat. Fruin’s curious, if not downright nosy. Together, they are the best chance of saving wildcats in Scotland – with your support.

Which of these adorable wildcats will you sponsor?

Once they are fully grown they’ll be ready to start their own families.

Then their kittens can, one day, be the first generation to be released into the wild in Britain.

About your


They have a home and expert care.

With your support, they’ll have kittens.

Feed your wildcat

It costs £7.50 for a weeks food.

Care for your wildcat

It costs £30 to vaccinate them against disease.

Prepare your wildcat for the wild

It costs £1,500 for a GPS tracking collar.

There are barely a handful of wildcats left in the wild – so there is no time to lose.

Supporters like you have already made it possible to build a conservation centre at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland's Highland Wildlife Park, near Aviemore. There, the wildcats have a remote landscape to explore, together with a dedicated team of vets and keepers. It’s the perfect setting for a breed-and-release programme that can bring wildcats back from the brink in Scotland. You can make it all possible.

what's included


Sponsor a wildcat and watch them

become parents.

You can sponsor Fruin, Droma or Cranachan from just £5 a month – it makes a great gift (even at the last minute).

Whoever you choose, you’ll get a sponsorship pack all about your wildcat, together with lots of regular updates – with a quarterly newsletter and an exclusive sponsors' Facebook group with pictures, videos and messages from their keepers.

Ways to sponsor


For yourself

You can help save wildcats from £5 per month.

As a perfect gift

Sponsoring a wildcat is the perfect gift for your loved ones.

For your group/company

Share the experience of caring for wildcats with your employees and customers.