The Cat Report is a TV series following the lives of big cat families and hyena clans in Africa
It is the ultimate wildlife soap opera
As a member of the WildEarth Club (anyone who is registered on our website), you can now also get access to this wonderful 13 part series. Starting Saturday, December 7th we will post one new episode every Saturday morning (EST). The 13th and final episode will be posted on February 29th.
There are two ways to purchase access to this series; with a once-off payment of $49.99, or with 13 weekly payments of $4.99. Payment will give you access to streaming of the episodes. On each episode’s page, we’ve also included a chat room so if you and your friends want to arrange a ‘watch party’ to watch it and chat the same time, you can.
Further down this page, we’ve included some information and teasers as well so you can see what the series is about. An episode guide can be found here.
Note: If you are not logged in or not yet registered, selecting a payment option will first ask you to (register and) log in, so access to the series can be properly assigned to your user account.
If you have already purchased access and are logged in, you can go straight to the episode guide to view released episodes here
The Cat Report1 upfront payment of $49.99. Save $15!The Cat Report13 weekly $4.99 payments.
The WildEarth guides have followed these characters for years.
They all have names, personalities and prowess.
Their everyday encounters draw audiences into close and lasting relationships with each of them.
From family quarrels and love affairs to wild hunts and cute cubs, these animals never have a dull moment.
Our guides have fostered very personal relationships with the safariLIVE characters as they share and record their daily routines.
Meet the Guides
Scott, Jamie, Brent, James and Tristan are all highly experienced safari guides in Africa with years of experience taking guests on wild expeditions.
They have been following the lives of these characters for many years.
MEET THE STARS
The Sausage Tree Pride
The “Sausages” have experienced a shift in dynamics. The pride has split after two females and their cubs left the group to forge a territory of their own in another area of the Maasai Mara.
The North Clan of hyena
Waffles is queen to over 70 hyenas who call the Mara Triangle home and are known as the North Clan. Waffles is near the end of her reign and soon Soup, her daughter and princess to the ageing queen, will take over.
Kakenya female cheetah
Kakenya, meaning “early morning” in Maasai, is a female cheetah born sometime before 2012. She gave birth to a litter of five cubs and raised four of those cubs to independence – a record feat for a cheetah! The cubs left her in early 2016 and one of the females has become quite famous – Naretoi.
The Leopards of Djuma
There is upheaval in the land of the leopards in the Sabi Sands. The queen, Karula, is dead.
Her oldest daughter Thandi is heir to the Djuma throne. But an outsider, Xidulu, has arrived to try and take a piece of the territory.
The Duke of Djuma, Tingana, the dominant male leopard has been battling an intruder – Hukumuri.
He is looking to take over Tingana’s territory but the Duke is not ready to give up the fight just yet.
The Lions of Djuma
The lives of the lions in Djuma have also been unsettled recently.
The dominant male coalition – The Birmingham Boys – is a coalition of four males. They have been in charge and dominant over the prides of the area since early 2015.
Recently however The Avoca Males, a group of three young and energetic males, have shown up and taken to roaring loudly, announcing their intent to take over the territory.