African Caracal
This captive-bred male caracal’s parents were rescued when they were kittens in South Africa. Caracals move their young every day to protect them from predators. Khan’s mother was seen being dropped and abandoned during one of these moves. While caracals are considered endangered in parts of their range, in South Africa, they are treated as vermin, so Khan’s parents could not be released back into the wild. Instead, they were shipped to a breeder in the US to promote education about this rare and magnificent species.
Born: 6/26/2008 Arrived: 8/29/2008


Choose your adoption level!

When adopting, select your adoption level as follows:

Aunt & Uncle – $40
5×7 photo & life history of your adopted animal, natural history, an adoptions certificate, & 1 year subscription of HCWC’s newsletter.

Grandparent Level – $75
The above benefits plus an adult admission ticket for our Wildlife Renaissance Festival.

Brother & Sister Level – $100
The above benefits plus a special gift from our store.

Parent Level – $250
All previous benefits plus a Hawk Creek t-shirt. Please include size in Special Instructions section of shopping cart.