The Cape Leopard Trust to Host an Inspired Art Auction.

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Now here’s a good cause to support.

The Cape Leopard Trust is hosting a special evening of leopard art, entertainment, champagne cocktails and canapés as they celebrate the Cape’s iconic big cats and introduce the new Waterfront home of the Donald Greig Foundry & Gallery.

The partners for the evening are Ali and Donald Greig, Jaguar Stellenbosch and Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards. There will be cats galore as Jaguar showcase their luxurious range of vehicles, Donald and Ali Greig share the delights of their gallery and artists, celebrities and conservationists offer their unique ‘one of a kind’ leopard inspired art pieces for sale by auction.

MC for the evening is Nik Rabinowitz, and Justin Bonello, author and documentary producer, will share his own encounter with a Cape Leopard and explain why he is now a leopard ambassador.

Tickets: R250 per person.
To book contact: events@capeleopard.org.za.
RSVP by: 7 November to guarantee your spot at a magical year end night out.

Looks set to be wonderful in every way!

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