Kisaru has risen to fame in the last few weeks here in Mara North due to her amazing skills at (so far) keeping all six of her cubs alive and well fed. It is commonly known that cheetahs can have big litters such as this family, but it is more uncommon that she successfully manages to raise them to adulthood. The Mara is known to have a few of these super mum cheetahs, but the odds are normally against them and only a few make it to adulthood.

The cubs were born in the last week of July in Enonkishu conservancy and then moved through to Ol Chorro, Lemek and now more recently have taken up residency in Mara North Conservancy. Cheetahs, and their cubs, tend to move a lot within a region so they can learn about different types of habitat as well as to experience encounters with prey, food competitors, humans and predators. This allows cheetahs to develop different behavioral strategies that all help with their own survival.

The cubs were born in the last week of July in Enonkishu conservancy and then moved through to Ol Chorro, Lemek and now more recently have taken up residency in Mara North Conservancy. Cheetahs, and their cubs, tend to move a lot within a region so they can learn about different types of habitat as well as to experience encounters with prey, food competitors, humans and predators. This allows cheetahs to develop different behavioral strategies that all help with their own survival.

The cubs were born in the last week of July in Enonkishu conservancy and then moved through to Ol Chorro, Lemek and now more recently have taken up residency in Mara North Conservancy. Cheetahs, and their cubs, tend to move a lot within a region so they can learn about different types of habitat as well as to experience encounters with prey, food competitors, humans and predators. This allows cheetahs to develop different behavioral strategies that all help with their own survival.