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On August 1, 2014, 37,416 signatures were sent to IFAW's CEO. Please continue to sign for this important cause if you haven't already!
Goal: 60,000 Progress: 46,606
Sponsored by: The Animal Rescue Site

The Amur leopard is one of the most endangered animals in the world. With only about 20 living today, this majestic animal's future is in grave danger. Human interference, especially relating to habitat loss, is largely to blame for the Amur's endangerment. Commercial logging is the primary culprit.

Poaching is also one of the strongest contributors. Hunters kill both the leopards for the fur as well as the leopards' prey in order to procure compensation for livestock.

It's sad that we've come to a place whereby financial gain is put above the future existence of these precious animals.

Urge the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) — an organization that works to save leopards and other animals around the world — to intervene immediately so as to halt the extinction of the Amur leopard.

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Dear IFAW's President and Chief Executive Officer Azzedine Downes:

IFAW has continuously worked to improve animal treatment throughout the world through several methods of conservation. And that's why I am writing to you today — to bring to your attention the plight of the Amur leopard.

The Amur leopard is at the brink of extinction. There are only 20-30 of these beautiful jungle cats left in the world, and the numbers are decreasing.

Deforestation is quickly depleting the leopard's habitat and poaching continues to threaten this feline. Human interference is all but killing these poor cats off.

I urge you to fight for this animal's future. Your organization could be its only hope.

Thank you for your time.

Petition Signatures


Jun 26, 2016 Natalie Bieniarz
Jun 23, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jun 23, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jun 23, 2016 Cheryl Turman Dear IFAW, please open your hearts and your voices for these wonderful Amur Leopards. It is time that we as a humane people show our love for God's creatures. It is our duty to protect them, not slaughter them just because we can.
Jun 22, 2016 Jieun Bak
Jun 22, 2016 kacie lewis
Jun 22, 2016 karine tremblay
Jun 22, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jun 21, 2016 Inaya Bernard
Jun 21, 2016 dawn hinman
Jun 21, 2016 Susan Dunaway
Jun 21, 2016 Susan Swift
Jun 21, 2016 corinne nygren
Jun 21, 2016 shellie cavallaro
Jun 20, 2016 Teresa Tyler
Jun 20, 2016 Irene & Bill Mauer
Jun 20, 2016 L. Cadena
Jun 20, 2016 Rita Hammond
Jun 20, 2016 Joyce Griffee
Jun 19, 2016 aida javaherian
Jun 19, 2016 Kristi Hermanson
Jun 19, 2016 RENATA FLIS
Jun 19, 2016 Brook Hall
Jun 18, 2016 Kenneth Rinard
Jun 18, 2016 Margaret Ellis
Jun 17, 2016 Lesley Thomas
Jun 15, 2016 Lotta Larsen
Jun 15, 2016 Sherry Horne Taylor
Jun 14, 2016 CHRIS KULCZAK
Jun 13, 2016 Jessica Trotti
Jun 12, 2016 sharon gooding
Jun 11, 2016 Janet Grunke
Jun 11, 2016 Charles S. Brown
Jun 11, 2016 Amy Russell
Jun 10, 2016 Nathalie 🦄 noel
Jun 9, 2016 Millie O'Connor
Jun 9, 2016 April Vaughan
Jun 9, 2016 Kathy Wallace
Jun 9, 2016 Holly Jones
Jun 8, 2016 Rosina Cespedes
Jun 8, 2016 Mark Berriman
Jun 8, 2016 V. FRICK
Jun 8, 2016 faye munro
Jun 8, 2016 Janine Corday
Jun 8, 2016 Sabrina Carlucci
Jun 8, 2016 Rebecca Wood
Jun 8, 2016 linda nelson
Jun 7, 2016 Esther Clayson
Jun 6, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jun 6, 2016 Maro Aroutiunian So many beautiful, majestic, big cats have already gone extinct in the past. The last thing we need is another one added to that list.

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