Consortium for Small Felines
Consortium working for feline
Enjoying his habitat outside our home
Alois ALC Male
The European American Consortium for Small Felines is a not for profit fully licensed organization. It was born in 2001 but its
gestation period spanned a decade. It is the continuation of a project I began on another shore in the 1980s in New England in the field of exotic
feline conservation. Our goals today are much the same as they were then. We work for the preservation of small feline’s world wide. Our approach
is multi dimensional and global. On the political front we work to save natural habitats because to do otherwise is to fail to face the fundamental
problem that plagues wildcats on all continents. As for acting locally we take pragmatic steps to aid captive managed populations by working
in consort with zoos, game parks, sanctuaries, and private breeders for the purpose of creating and maintaining captive bred populations that
exhibit genetic diversity and stable numbers. We serve as a vital link uniting breeding institutions on three continents. We serve as an informational
clearing house, we facilitate animal transfers, we provide material aid to zoos and we are engaged in field conservation programs in both in
Central Europe and Asia.
In addition to the above we maintain a small facility here in the Czech Republic that serves as an off site breeding facility for rare felines.
We believe that private breeders working with zoological parks have a vital role to play in terms of insuring healthy captive managed populations.
The undeniable truth is that with each passing day the plight of small feline’s world wide becomes more precarious. Shrinking habitat, poaching
and poor management decisions by certain sectors of the zoological associations to abandon their responsibilities to the small cats conspire
and co-join to insure a tragic fate for these cats. The future of many of the small felines
is in peril, for all the tenacity and strength they exhibit in the
wild they remain powerless in the face of mans gross negligence toward them. They are a fragile lot and need our help. The European American
Feline Consortium facility is part of the solution.
to read Consortium Agreement
We breed Asian Leopard Cats regularly.
Our kittens are hand raised and well socialized.
David and Simona with Asian Leopard Cat Kittens
E-mail us about ALC or other kittens
10 year old
Captive bred and raised
Bottle Fed and Well Socialized.
shipping to new homes, at 3 months old.
ALC kittens will be placed in Europe or Canada.
Due to new regulations with respect to import of Asian Leopard Cats to the US, we will place our kittens out of the United States.
Once American rules have been updated to offer reliable consistency in the import / export process we will resume shipment of Leopard Cats to American breeders.
we have 2 Male ALC
Asian Leopard Cat Kittens
They are very cute, growing well and Very
ALC kittens born in 2006 have been placed in new homes
Lucifer has exceptionally large rosettes, he will
Lucifer and friend
ALC kittens born in 2005 have been placed in new homes
Teddy has been placed
male ALC kitten Otto
Otto at 6 months old, in his new home.
" Kittens from 2004 "
" In their new homes "
|Ella is a very lucky cat to
live with such luxury
A beautiful boy at 1 year old
MAIL to inquire about future kittens
Leopard Cats at the Consortium
Adam is our oldest Leopard Cat
Our Leopard Cat 'Cornelia' lives with Monika
female Leopard Cat from Bundas in Canada
Libby had two kittens born May 25, 2005 (sired by ALC Alois)
Sand Cat Kittens 2004
Sand Cat female born March 14, 2005
Her Father Below
Canadian Lynx, two year old breeding pair.
Rare Bikel Lynx
at 9 months
4 year old male
3 year old
in his enclosure
2 year old Ocelot