Campaign Against Canned Hunting (CACH) - Captured In Africa
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CACH is an animal advocacy organisation, established by Chris Mercer and Bev Pervan, it is a group of volunteers who campaign together to secure a ban on captive breeding of lions for the canned hunting industry.

Canned Hunting involves lions (and other big cats) being bred in captivity – cubs are taken away from mothers and raised by unsuspecting volunteers, offered to tourists in cub petting & walking with lions experiences and then ultimately sold into the canned hunting industry.

Please don’t participate in hands-on interaction experiences with wildlife.

Making a difference: Our team have worked directly with the campaign in efforts to raise awareness and action against the terrible industry of captive lion breeding, cub petting and canned hunting in South Africa.



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