The International Society for Endangered Cats (ISEC) Canada was formed in 1990 to work for the 28 small wild cat species. We are a non-profit, tax charitable organization run by volunteers.
Our Mission: To aid in the conservation of small wild cats through education and support for scientific field research programs.
Our programs support small wild cat research in the cats’ native countries, which is the first step in saving them. Only when we learn what the cats need to survive can conservation plans be put in place.
Your donations are vital if we are to learn how to save the endangered small wild cats of the world. Won’t you help today?
Canada has three wild cat species – Canada Lynx, Bobcat and Cougar. Read about their status in each province and see which cats you share your habitat with. Learn more.
This long-running field study is learning what these tiny cats need to survive in the deserts of South Africa, and we are proud to support this vital work. Learn how you can help.
Learn more about all wild cat species on our fact sheets. Newly updated (2013), they contain the most current information known on even the most mysterious small cats. Read more.
Membership in ISEC Canada gives you monthly newsletters on the small wild cats, a 10% discount on products, and a 10% discount on annual renewals. Join today.
One man’s extraordinary adventures in raising and releasing three litters of Scottish Wildcats. Deeply moving, funny at times, and the best book available on these feisty cats. Order here