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A selection of big cats


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The Wildlife Heritage Fund Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent is well worth visit and they even run photography workshops. You need an appointment to go there which means that the number of people are limited so viewing the animals is well controlled – good for us humans and the cats! See The Wildlife Heritage Foundation | The Big Cat Sanctuary for details.

These are a selection of shots from my second visit to WHF and you can see more on my flickr pages at Wildlife Heritage Foundation - a set on Flickr

All comments welcome, thank you.

1) Sleeping lion
WHF - lion-1 by johnaalex, on Flickr

2) Love bite?
WHF - tiger-1 by johnaalex, on Flickr

3) You looking at me?
WHF - black leopard by johnaalex, on Flickr

4) You're only a leap away...
WHF - leopard-2 by johnaalex, on Flickr

5) No - I am not looking at you!
WHF - lion-2 by johnaalex, on Flickr

6) OMG!
WHF - clouded leopard-2 by johnaalex, on Flickr

7) Aren't I the cute one?
WHF - tiger-4 by johnaalex, on Flickr

8) Aren't I the pretty one?
WHF - serval by johnaalex, on Flickr

9) Don't bother me!
WHF - puma-1 by johnaalex, on Flickr


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Some lovely shots. Great moment captured in 2, just a shame you couldn't have got that bit higher so the bottom Tiger's not blocked. Still great though. 6 is great and hilarious all in one ;) And 7's great, but then Tiger's are my favourites :)


Nice set - 4,8 and 9 especially but like most :)


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love 4 the most

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