Wild Animal Orphans
13 km’s East of Windhoek, the Capital of Namibia in southern Africa, is a wildlife and rehabilitation sanctuary named Naankuse, where humans care for wild animals that cannot fend for themselves. Heading up this sanctuary is Marlice van Vuuren who grew up on a similar facility and has a connection to all animals, her husband doctor Rudie van Vuuren, and their two sons. The wild inhabitants of this amazing sanctuary are Lucky the 3-legged cheetah and other cheetahs that survived gin traps and bullets from stock farmers, leopards, lions, caracal, wild dogs, baboons, and a troop of meerkats. Join this family caring for the wild orphans of Namibia and see how they raise them and release the lucky ones back to the wild.