Adopt a Bengal Tiger: Rahni

Covid-19 Adoption Announcement: In light of the recent government lockdown, we are unable to post adaptation packs ordered after Monday, 23 March 2020. An e-copy of your adoption pack content will be emailed to you. The sketch (and toy) will be sent at a later date. Please accept our apologies and we hope you understand under these difficult circumstances.

Rahni (the Hindu for princess) is our ambassador for the world’s Bengal tigers, the largest subspecies of tiger by population.  There are estimated to be around 2,500 Bengal tigers living in India, representing 70% of the entire world’s wild tiger population.

By adopting Rahni you are helping us save wild tigers by ensuring that this beautiful Bengal tiger, and her cousins across India, are kept safe from harm. If protected, in her life-time Rahni may herself be the mother of three or four litters of tigers ensuring a long-term future for these beautiful big cats.

This special adoption now comes with the choice of adding a handmade Tiger toy to your pack. Each toy is individually and lovingly made by Little Ndaba, a women’s community group in Zambia that helps provide alternative incomes to those living close to wildlife. Click here to read more about Little Ndaba

Click here for more information on our tiger projects

Bengal Tiger, 6 week old cub on mother at den Bandhavgarh National Park, India, help us save tigers, adopt a tiger


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