Greenpeace Cats save Tigers
Greenpeace is working with the biggest cats online, to save big cats of the wild. There are only 3000 tigers left in the wild worldwide. Their homes are being destroyed by palm oil plantations in Indonesia, coal mining in India and illegal logging in Siberia. Greenpeace has been working on the ground to save the tigers, but needs a helping paw to spread the word and spread the word above and beyond of all the noise of Internet memes. Cat photos are shared twice as many times as selfies. Online, cats are one of the most powerful phenomena’s that’s ever existed. The rise of the famous Internet cats has proven they’re a force to be reckoned with. On Internatonal Tiger Day, they’ve teamed up to release a video with Greenpeace to encourage cats everywhere to raise their paws for the cause. The film, featuring Lil Bub, Princess Monster Truck, Hamilton the Hipster Cat, Nala Cat, Venus, Spangles and more, is guaranteed to be not just cute, but carry a serious message too. On the Cats Save Tigers site, greenpeace.org/CatsSaveTigers, you can view the video, and cat owners can sign up their cats to the Save the Tigers initiative, and share their own #CatsSaveTigers picture to spread awareness of the cause.
Cats save Tigers Credits
The Cats Save Tigers campaign was developed at Mr President, London.
The full list of cats taking part: Lil BUB, Anankin, City the Kitty, Justin – fire survivor, Cole and Marmalede, Captain Pancake, Nala Cat, Spangles, Boris the Kitty, Lazarus, Oskar and Klaus, Venus, Princess Monster Truck, Pudge the cat, Richard Kitty, Hamilton the hipster cat. All cats and their owners gave their time and support for free to the Save the Tigers