There's a new documentary series called Big Cats About the House on BBC2 at 8pm tonight (Thursday 22nd March 2018).
It follows the work of big cat expert Giles Clark.
He's working to turn a The Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent into a centre of excellence for conservation. There are 50 big cats there, many of whom have been rescued - some from circuses. Others belong to an international breeding programme to act as an insurance policy against extinction.
Giles takes in a tiny jaguar cub tonight called Maya - she wasn't thriving with her mother.
Crucially, the programme doesn't shy away from important conservation issues. In the last 100 years, some big cat species have declined by over 90% and many experts think some big cats could disappear completely in the next decade.
Here are some links to jaguar conservation initiatives:
Chaco Jaguar Conservation Project between Bolivia and Argentina