The Cat Survival Trust is little known and not open to the pubic (members only) and its primary objective is to house an array of rare and incredible wild cat species for education and conservation purposes.  Currently the Trust houses a number of wild cats which include the Asian Wild Cat, Serval, Caracal Asian Golden Cat, Amur Leopards, Puma, Jaguar and Snow Leopard.  The following shots are of the Amur Leopard which is deemed critically endangered with approximately 110 adults left in the wild, making it the most endangered big cat in the world.

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