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Adopt a Tiger

Adopt a Tiger

The Aspinall Foundation

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The tiger, a majestic apex predator and the largest living cat species, is at risk of extinction.

Wild tigers have lost more than 93% of their natural habitat. Around a century ago, 100,000 tigers roamed freely across Asia. Now, only around 4% remain.

Sadly, there are more tigers living in captivity than in the wild.

The main threat to wild tiger populations is poaching. Tiger parts - skin, bones, claws, canines, whiskers and meat - are sought after in many Asian countries for their believed medicinal benefits or as symbols of high status in society.

How your tiger adoption helps

Recently The Aspinall Foundation partnered with the Wild and Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, to transfer a beautiful Siberian tiger from Seaview Predator Park in South Africa, where many large carnivores were found in unsuitable conditions. The park faced closure following the tragic death of an employee, who was attacked by a tiger. This tiger and many of the carnivores, went to the Three Valleys Sanctuary, a reserve in Bathurst, for a second chance at life. 

Tigers in Kent

Our partner parks, Howletts Wild Animal Park and Port Lympne Reserve, are home to some stunning tigers. See them for free with your adoption (except Bronze).

Adopt a tiger with The Aspinall Foundation and help to protect endangered species.

Fun facts about tigers

  • Each tiger has a unique set of stripes – like a human fingerprint. 
  • Tigers were around about 2 million years ago and there was once nine tiger subspecies, but three became extinct during the 20th century.
  • Tigers live alone and aggressively scent-mark large territories to keep their rivals away.
  • A hungry tiger can eat as much as 60 pounds in one night.
  • Despite their fearsome reputation, most tigers avoid humans.
  • Tigers have soft toe pads which help them walk silently through their habitat.
  • A tiger will typically travel 6-12 miles during one hunt. 
  • The vocal repertoire of tigers is vast - they grunt, growl, roar, moan, snarl, chuff, hiss and gasp. It's thought that each vocalisation is used to communicate different things.
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Find out more about what's included with your adoption

Adoption levels

Bronze (Digital Only)

Select a Bronze Level adoption with The Aspinall Foundation and you will receive:

  • Adoption certificate
  • Photocard
  • Fact sheet
  • Wildcry magazine twice a year

Price: £15

Silver (Digital or Physical)

Select a Silver Level adoption with The Aspinall Foundation and you will receive:

  • Soft toy*
  • Personalised adoption certificate*
  • Photocard
  • Fact sheet
  • Wildcry magazine twice a year
  • One free ticket to visit our partner parks in the UK

Price: £36

*Personalisation and soft toy not included with digital adoptions

Gold (Digital or Physical)

Select a Gold Level adoption with The Aspinall Foundation and you will receive:

  • Soft toy*
  • Personalised adoption certificate*
  • Photocard
  • Fact sheet
  • Wildcry magazine twice a year 
  • Two free tickets to visit our partner parks in the UK

Price: £60

*Personalisation and soft toy not included with digital adoptions

Platinum (Digital or Physical)

Select a Platinum Level adoption with The Aspinall Foundation and you will receive:

  • Soft toy*
  • Personalised adoption certificate*
  • Photocard
  • Fact sheet
  • Wildcry magazine twice a year
  • Three free tickets to visit our partner parks in the UK

Price: £120

*Personalisation and soft toy not included with digital adoptions