Endangered Wild Cat Graphic T-shirt Women’s S Style# pxxctxx
The Endangered Wild Cat Printed Organic Cotton T-Shirt
This endangered wild cat printed organic cotton T-shirt is a size S and is printed with our EXTINCTION graphic in red with a gold panther and cheetah on the front and a gold tiger on the back.
Our endangered wild cat T-shirts are made of super soft and comfy 47.5% Soy, 47.5% Organic Cotton, 5% Spandex.
Easy care: machine wash cool, low dryer and wear again and again. Pre-washed and dried. Neck line, sleeves and hem have raw edges that do not fray over time. Margi and I have been wearing our Earth Bitch T-shirts for years now and they hold up to our rugged lifestyles.
Limited edition. Multiple sizes available, check the T-shirts Page to see other available sizes.
25% of profits from the sale of this T-shirt will be donated to Panthera.org
We cut, sew and screen print our T-shirts in house. Our exclusive hand sketched wild cats were first carved into linoleum, then blocked printed. Then we had screens made of our original designs. There is a Panther, Tiger, Snow Leopard and Cheetah, 4 of the seven Big cats belonging to the Pantherinae family. Each shirt is one-of-a-kind. The Wild Cat T-Shirts are dedicated to endangered wild cats that are teetering on the edge of extinction.
Some sad and scary facts about various wild cat populations around the world.
According to The Wildlife Diaries the South China tiger may already be extinct! Also the Iranian cheetah could be one of the rarest wild cats in the world but because of instability in the country we don’t know how many are surviving.
According to the World Wildlife Federation the Tiger is the largest of all the Asian big cats. About 4,500 tigers remain across Asia. Because they are on the list of endangered species numbers have increased in some countries yet are still declining in Southeast Asia due to poaching, habitat loss and revenge killings.
The endangered Florida panther, the most widely distributed large wild cat in America, was once estimated at a low of ten species in Florida and has rebound to over 200 species after being listed on the first Endangered Species List created in 1967!
According to Mongabay News:
“On March 11, 1967, 14 mammals, 36 birds, 22 fish, and 6 reptiles and amphibians were added to the list following the passage of the Endangered Species Preservation Act of 1966. That legislation laid the groundwork for the Endangered Species Act, which was passed in 1969 and greatly strengthened by Richard Nixon and a Democrat-controlled Congress in 1973.”
“Today more than 700 species of animals and 900 species of plants in the United States are listed under the Endangered Species Act. Another 673 foreign species are listed as threatened or endangered.”
-Mongabay News & Inspiration from Nature’s Frontline
Not buying a T-shirt today, but now you’re moved to help save wild cats, check out The Culturist for 3 Organizations you can donate to that are Helping Save Wild Cats from Vanishing.