The Best Wild Snow Leopard Cub Photos

Nothing quite compares to the rush of excitement we all experience upon discovering a wild snow leopard cub on a photo taken by one of our research cameras.

Here are some of the very best cub pictures we’ve come across over the last years – some tiny, some a little more grownup!

Tost, Mongolia
Tost, Mongolia
Spiti, India
Spiti, India

Your support keeps this important research going. If you enjoy these photos, please consider sponsoring the ongoing effort to monitor the populations of these endangered cats with a donation. Thank you!

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Sarychat Ertash, Kyrgyzstan
Nemegt, Mongolia
Nemegt, Mongolia
Lingti. India
Lingti. India
Tost, Mongolia
Tost, Mongolia

20 Comments

  1. Thank you Snow Leopard Trust for being such good guardians of these magnificent big cats! You have a great charity and is above reproach so asking all who read this…donate!….best charity ever!
    Thank You!!!

  2. These are one of the most beautiful creatures God created. It is our legacy to future generations to preserve and protect this animals. HUGS TO ALL WHO CARE FROM TEXAS

  3. AWWW what precious little babies! These are wonderful photos, I am so grateful that your organization is able to take and share these and educate people on what amazing animals these are! Thank you!

  4. Thank you for these beautiful photos of beautiful big cats in their wild home. This is why I donate. Snow Leopard Trust – thank you for all your brilliant work.

  5. I LOVE THEM.. i would do anything to be able to help on sight.. cats forever have my heart.. if we don’t do what’s in our heart, then why live at all?

  6. Oh, these are great! Really helped me on a very depressing day. I’ll be mailing in a contribution Mon. The important thing about your group is that we contributors can see the cats and the results of your work. We can see them frolic and be happy. This is so unlike other charities that purport to defend wildlife; yet elephants are murdered by the hundreds. A picture of one appeared in the SF Chron this week, murdered by poachers. Guess these charities spend more money on wages and silly gifts to contributors to really saving anything. Sorry to vent here; ;not your issue. I already blew up at some clueless woman clerking one of these charities. That’s why you guys are on my list always for my checks.

    Thanks for your great work–and excellent office staff

  7. WHAT GREAT WORK YOU ARE DOING IT MUST BE SO REWARDING WHEN YOU CAN TAKE PHOTOS LIKE THIS THE ARE ADORABLE KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK YOU ARE ALL SUCH SPECIAL PEOPLE BLESS YOU

  8. These beautiful creatures are a precious part of our wonderful planet’s ecosystem and MUST be preserved. It is heartening to know that such good work is going on towards this. These lovely photos brought a big smile into my day – thank you!

  9. This spring I returned to the Himalayan state of Himachal ,India ,where I grew up. . I can’t tell you my delight at the huge billboard on entering the state announcing the Snow Leopard as the state animal

  10. I love these animals and their magestic look! Thank you for stepping up to care for them, and helping humans and animals live in harmony.

  11. I’ve always been fascinated by this rare, solitary cats, and admire the work you do for them. Thanks for giving them a chance for survival into the next /Century.

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