MIUJISA IN HER NEW PLACE LAST WEEK.
I have just arrive from Nairobi yesterday visiting Miujisa after we have been separated for a week. I was warred about her and how she will react to her new home but she is doing well she now have many people to look after her also getting what she need for food. You cant believe fast this animals grow Look at her the only thing she is still missing is long views of the maasai mara sitting on a termite mount reading the menu but she is in good hands for her safety lucky to be a life in the fist place.
Nairobi is a little distance for me to get there every month this will translate I will not be able to see my little cat every week or twice a day to update you. I have made direct contact with her keeper through email she will update me every week and I will be visiting her once a month.
We are making progress on her new home I have been given the list of materials needed for her new home at the orphanage and I m in contact with Paula and John to send the money to the contractor to build her a place.
I have talk to the senior warden in charge of the park about the possibility of introducing Miujisa back to the wild and she said the only place KWS will trust for introduction will be Meru national Park. The mara will not be an option at all too many larger predators any cheetah which have been hand read will not survive in the maasai mara.
I have accepted that all I now wish is your contact of who will be the people to work with outside Kenya to do some introduction of cheetahs like this one back home away from people if possible?.
I would wish to see our wild cat in the wild in africa unless they are not able to serve on there own and need our help.
I still like to thank you all for your gracious contributions towards Miujisa.
My other big thank you is to Sanigo Naurori and Meikuya the two rangers who work had to look after miujisa in the first place.
Mimi wenu Jackson Looseyia.