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CATWALK ON ARABIAN LEOPARD DAY

Catwalk on Arabian Leopard Day. In 2024, in celebration of the historic declaration by the United Nations, Catwalk will be held on 10 February, which will be the first-ever UN recognized International Day of the Arabian Leopard.

This will be a celebration of this magnificent, yet Critically Endangered, subspecies, and a call to action to address its plight, and the plight of all the Big Cats around the world facing similar threats.

WHEN

Anytime on February 10th 2024

WHERE

A virtual race, to take place wherever you are. Also look out for organized Catwalks to be announced via our social media.

HOW

Fun, flexible and inclusive, it's open to everyone of all abilities and can be achieved in the way that best suits you.

HOW DOES CATWALK WORK?

Register your participation for Catwalk 2024 here today. During registration, you will learn about the seven Big Cats, and be asked to dedicate your Catwalk to your favorite Big Cat. This will be your Cat Crew.

On 10th February 2024, it's time to Catwalk! Participate either on your own or take part in an organized Catwalk.

A Catwalk is either an up-to-7 km walk, or the shorter distance of 700 meters.

MEET THE BIG CATS

CHOOSE YOUR CAT CREW

During Catwalk registration, you will be asked to dedicate your 2024 Catwalk to one of the seven Big Cats.

Catmosphere - Arabian Leopard

MEET THE

Arabian Leopard
Arabian Leopard
The Arabian Leopard is the smallest Leopard subspecies.
The Arabian Leopard’s coat is typically creamy-grey to golden, often lighter than many other Leopard subspecies.
Male Arabian Leopards typically weigh around 30 kg, about half of its African cousins.
Catmosphere - Lion

MEET THE

Lion
Lion
The most social of the Big Cats, Lions live in groups called ‘prides’.
The Lion has the loudest roar of any cat.
Male Lions are easily distinguishable by their manes.
Lions have whisker holes, with the pattern on each cat a unique fingerprint for life.
Catmosphere - Jaguar

MEET THE

Jaguar
Jaguar
The Jaguar is an excellent swimmer and often hunts for prey in the water.
The Leopard’s doppelgänger, the Jaguar also sports fetching dark rosettes and solid spots. Dark Jaguars are commonly referred to as ‘Panthers’.
The tropics-loving Jaguar typically lives in the forest and is known for its strong jaws resulting in a bone-crushing bite.
Catmosphere - Leopard

MEET THE

Leopard
Leopard
A well-travelled feline, the Leopard has the largest range of any Big Cat.
Leopards have sharp black rosettes, and dark colored Leopards are commonly referred to as ‘Panthers’.
Leopards are great tree climbers, equipped with long tails for balance, as well as being strong, and able to swim.
Solitary and nocturnal.
Catmosphere - Cheetah

MEET THE

Cheetah
Cheetah
Cheetahs are the fastest land mammal, at over 100 km/hour.
The Cheetah’s body is built for speed, with a slender build, long legs, flexible spine, and a flat tail for maneuvering.
Cheetahs have an iconic spotted yellow coat.
The Cheetah is most active during the day.
Catmosphere - Snow Leopard

MEET THE

Snow Leopard
Snow Leopard
Snow Leopards can cover up to marathon distances in a single night.
The Snow Leopard’s long fur is adapted to the cold and barren climates in which they live.
Snow Leopards live at extreme altitudes of up to 5,500 meters above sea level.
Catmosphere - Puma

MEET THE

Puma
Puma
Holds the world record for the mammal with the most names, including the Cougar, Catamount and Mountain Lion.
Largest geographical range of any native terrestrial mammal in the Western Hemisphere.
The Puma has strong hind legs that make it an excellent high and long jumper.
The Puma is unable to roar.
Catmosphere - Tiger

MEET THE

Tiger
Tiger
The world’s largest cat species.
Easily recognizable with their dark vertical stripes and reddish/orange fur, and every Tiger’s coat is unique.
Fast, strong and a good climber and swimmer.

MEET THE BIG CATS

CHOOSE YOUR CAT CREW

During Catwalk registration, you will be asked to dedicate your 2024 Catwalk to one of the seven Big Cats.

Catmosphere - Arabian Leopard

MEET THE

Arabian Leopard
Arabian Leopard
The Arabian Leopard is the smallest Leopard subspecies.
The Arabian Leopard’s coat is typically creamy-grey to golden, often lighter than many other Leopard subspecies.
Male Arabian Leopards typically weigh around 30 kg, about half of its African cousins.
Catmosphere - Lion

MEET THE

Lion
Lion
The most social of the Big Cats, Lions live in groups called ‘prides’.
The Lion has the loudest roar of any cat.
Male Lions are easily distinguishable by their manes.
Lions have whisker holes, with the pattern on each cat a unique fingerprint for life.
Catmosphere - Jaguar

MEET THE

Jaguar
Jaguar
The Jaguar is an excellent swimmer and often hunts for prey in the water.
The Leopard’s doppelgänger, the Jaguar also sports fetching dark rosettes and solid spots. Dark Jaguars are commonly referred to as ‘Panthers’.
The tropics-loving Jaguar typically lives in the forest and is known for its strong jaws resulting in a bone-crushing bite.
Catmosphere - Leopard

MEET THE

Leopard
Leopard
A well-travelled feline, the Leopard has the largest range of any Big Cat.
Leopards have sharp black rosettes, and dark colored Leopards are commonly referred to as ‘Panthers’.
Leopards are great tree climbers, equipped with long tails for balance, as well as being strong, and able to swim.
Solitary and nocturnal.
Catmosphere - Cheetah

MEET THE

Cheetah
Cheetah
Cheetahs are the fastest land mammal, at over 100 km/hour.
The Cheetah’s body is built for speed, with a slender build, long legs, flexible spine, and a flat tail for maneuvering.
Cheetahs have an iconic spotted yellow coat.
The Cheetah is most active during the day.
Catmosphere - Snow Leopard

MEET THE

Snow Leopard
Snow Leopard
Snow Leopards can cover up to marathon distances in a single night.
The Snow Leopard’s long fur is adapted to the cold and barren climates in which they live.
Snow Leopards live at extreme altitudes of up to 5,500 meters above sea level.
Catmosphere - Puma

MEET THE

Puma
Puma
Holds the world record for the mammal with the most names, including the Cougar, Catamount and Mountain Lion.
Largest geographical range of any native terrestrial mammal in the Western Hemisphere.
The Puma has strong hind legs that make it an excellent high and long jumper.
The Puma is unable to roar.
Catmosphere - Tiger

MEET THE

Tiger
Tiger
The world’s largest cat species.
Easily recognizable with their dark vertical stripes and reddish/orange fur, and every Tiger’s coat is unique.
Fast, strong and a good climber and swimmer.
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