Phoenix
Phoenix was born at Bester Birds & Animals Zoo Park on 18 August, 2008 and came to Cheetah Outreach with his brother Pedro at 6 months of age in March 2009.  He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors at our facility as well as in functions at off-site venues. He lives with his brother Pedro.
Ambassador Cheetahs
Mara
Meru
Meru was born on 28th December 2013. He, like his brother, Mara arrived at Cheetah Outreach at 6 months of age. He is not as confident with new people as our other ambassador cats so he does not meet the public in encounters. Instead, he regularly enjoys enrichment sessions and is very bonded with his brother.  
Ebony
Ebony was born at Cheetah Experience on 10 April, 2014 and hand-raised. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters at our facility as well as at onsite and off-site functions. With his sweet and easygoing temperament, he enjoys interaction with everyone and has turned into a wonderful ambassador for Cheetah Outreach.  
Macjik
Macjik was born at Cheetah Experience on 15 April, 2015, and hand-raised at Cheetah Outreach to be an ambassador cat. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters and walks at our facility and at onsite and off-site functions. A very confident cat, he has grown into a great ambassador. He lives with his adopted brother Romeo.    
Rafiki
Rafiki was born at Cango wildlife ranch on 6th May 2014 and hand-raised. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters at our facility. Not related, he was raised with Ebony and the two form a strong coalition.    
Kitu
Kitu was born at Cheetah Experience on 13 November, 2016 and hand-raised at Cheetah Outreach to be an ambassador cat. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters, functions and photo shoots at our facility. He's a very playful cat and especially loves to play with cardboard boxes. He lives with his brothers Tobias and Tinashe.  
Romeo
Romeo was born at Cango Wildlife Ranch on 23 May, 2015 and hand-raised at Cheetah Outreach to be an ambassador cat. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors both in encounters and walks at our facility and at onsite and off-site functions. He is extremely affectionate and loves all the attention he gets during encounters as well as from staff and volunteers
Tinashe
Tinashe was born at Cheetah Experience on 13 November, 2016 and was initially hand-raised there before coming to Cheetah Outreach at about a year of age to join his brothers as an ambassador cat. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters at our facility. He's a very sweet cat who loves human attention. He lives with his brothers Kitu and Tobias.
Pedro
Born at Bester Birds and Animals Zoo Park in Johannesburg, Pedro came to Cheetah Outreach with his brother Phoenix at 6 months of age and was raised to be an ambassador cat.  Pedro participated in our awareness programme for many years but is now retired from encounters.  He lives with his brother Phoenix.
Chobe
Chobe was born at the Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre on 22 May, 2009.  He came to Cheetah Outreach at a few weeks of age to be hand-raised as an ambassador cat and stayed to become part of our awareness programme.  Chobe is an impressive cat at 60 kg. He is also our fastest cat, entertaining visitors at public runs.
Mara was born 28 December, 2013, and arrived at Cheetah Outreach at 6 months of age. He was habituated to humans but not hand-raised so formal public encounters were not a suitable option. However, this beautiful boy enjoys spending time with his brother Meru and very much enjoys a variety of enrichment activities.
Tobias
Tobias was born at Cheetah Experience on 13 November, 2016 and hand-raised at Cheetah Outreach to be an ambassador cat. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters, functions and photo shoots at our facility. He's a very playful cat and especially loves to play with cardboard boxes. He lives with his brothers Kitu and Tinashe.
Ambassador Cheetahs
Phoenix
Phoenix was born at Bester Birds & Animals Zoo Park on 18 August, 2008 and came to Cheetah Outreach with his brother Pedro at 6 months of age in March 2009.  He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors at our facility as well as in functions at off-site venues. He lives with his brother Pedro. .
Pedro
Born at Bester Birds and Animals Zoo Park in Johannesburg, Pedro came to Cheetah Outreach with his brother Phoenix at 6 months of age and was raised to be an ambassador cat.  Pedro participated in our awareness programme for many years but is now retired from encounters.  He lives with his brother Phoenix. .
Chobe
Chobe was born at the Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre on 22 May, 2009.  He came to Cheetah Outreach at a few weeks of age to be hand-raised as an ambassador cat and stayed to become part of our awareness programme.  Chobe is an impressive cat at 60 kg. He is also our fastest cat, entertaining visitors at public runs.
Mara Mara was born 28 December, 2013, and arrived at Cheetah Outreach at 6 months of age. He was habituated to humans but not hand-raised so formal public encounters were not a suitable option. However, this beautiful boy enjoys spending time with his brother Meru and very much enjoys a variety of enrichment activities. .
Meru
Meru was born on 28th December 2013. He, like his brother, Mara arrived at Cheetah Outreach at 6 months of age. He is not as confident with new people as our other ambassador cats so he does not meet the public in encounters. Instead, he regularly enjoys enrichment sessions and is very bonded with his brother.  
Ebony
Ebony was born at Cheetah Experience on 10 April, 2014 and hand-raised. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters at our facility as well as at onsite and off-site functions. With his sweet and easygoing temperament, he enjoys interaction with everyone and has turned into a wonderful ambassador for Cheetah Outreach. .
Rafiki
Rafiki was born at Cango wildlife ranch on 6th May 2014 and hand-raised. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters at our facility. Not related, he was raised with Ebony and the two form a strong coalition.
Macjik
Macjik was born at Cheetah Experience on 15 April, 2015, and hand-raised at Cheetah Outreach to be an ambassador cat. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters and walks at our facility and at onsite and off-site functions. A very confident cat, he has grown into a great ambassador. He lives with his adopted brother Romeo.
Tobias
Tobias was born at Cheetah Experience on 13 November, 2016 and hand-raised at Cheetah Outreach to be an ambassador cat. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters, functions and photo shoots at our facility. He's a very playful cat and especially loves to play with cardboard boxes. He lives with his brothers Kitu and Tinashe.
Kitu
Kitu was born at Cheetah Experience on 13 November, 2016 and hand-raised at Cheetah Outreach to be an ambassador cat. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters, functions and photo shoots at our facility. He's a very playful cat and especially loves to play with cardboard boxes. He lives with his brothers Tobias and Tinashe.
Tinashe
Tinashe was born at Cheetah Experience on 13 November, 2016 and was initially hand- raised there before coming to Cheetah Outreach at about a year of age to join his brothers as an ambassador cat. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors in encounters at our facility. He's a very sweet cat who loves human attention. He lives with his brothers Kitu and Tobias.
Romeo
Romeo was born at Cango Wildlife Ranch on 23 May, 2015 and hand-raised at Cheetah Outreach to be an ambassador cat. He takes part in our awareness programme, greeting visitors both in encounters and walks at our facility and at onsite and off-site functions. He is extremely affectionate and loves all the attention he gets during encounters as well as from staff and volunteers
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