This is no fairy tale - Help save Cinderella this Christmas
Dec 21, 2012
Urgent: Money is running out to keep Cinderella alive through the winter. You can help save her with as little as £10. There have been some awful stories in the last few weeks which may have left many of you feeling disheartened. But we now have the opportunity to save this beautiful tigress. Please give her a fighting chance to be free and happy in the wild.
Once upon a time there was a young orphaned tigress named Cinderella. She was found aged 5 months in freezing conditions, exhausted and suffering from frostbite. Without her mother, Cinderella was struggling to survive and if she had not been rescued, would have surely died.
She spent 3 weeks in quarantine where vets kept a close eye on her until she gained weight and recovered from her injuries. Cinderella was then moved to a rehabilitation centre where the task of training her for release back into the wild began. Within a few days she learnt to hunt hares and is now gaining skills to hunt deer. She is completely isolated from humans so she does not become dependent and develops a fear of humans.
Give Cinderella the only present she needs – the chance to live free in the wild.
- £10 to provide Cinderella with vitamin and mineral supplements for one month.
- £20 to pay for her average daily veterinary costs.
- £50 to feed Cinderella for one day.
- £100 to pay for her daily care.
Please be Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother this Christmas and help pay for the care she so desperately needs. With your help she could have a fairy tale ending and be successfully released back into the wild in the spring.
TigerTime would like to thank you for your incredible support this year and hope it will continue throughout 2013. With over 167,000 supporters we are achieving incredible things and funding vital field projects in India, Thailand and Russia to save the tiger in the wild.
Thank you and Happy Holidays,
TigerTime Campaign Coordinator
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