DisneyNature’s African Cats

African Cats One-Sheet

Earth Day is almost here.  What better way to spend it then the opening of Disney’s new movie African Cats.  In fact, a portion of the proceeds from the first week of viewing will go to the African Wildlife Fund.

The movie is being narrated by Samuel L Jackson and is live action.  The movie follows Mara, a lion cub who wants to grow up to be strong and wise like her mother.  We also follow Sita, a cheetah who happens to be a single mother of five.  Finally, we will also follow Fang who must defend his pride against a rival. 

In anticipation of the upcoming movie, there are a host of things that you can do to help raise awareness for their See African Cats, Save the Savannah program.

Like Disneynature on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/Disneynature

By becoming a fan of Disneynature on Facebook, participants have the ability to interact with “African Cats” content daily. Furthermore, liking, commenting on and sharing the content with friends spreads the viral reach of the film's message and philanthropic mission exponentially.

Pledge to see “African Cats” on Eventful:

http://eventful.com/africancats

Fans pledge to see “African Cats” opening week by logging onto http://eventful.com/africancats. Participants can watch how honoring that pledge can effectively save the savanna. A real-time counter will show how many people have participated, and there will also be a graphical map representing the number of acres across the savanna that are being conserved based upon the number of pledges received. Upon arriving at the theater, fans can check in via their mobile device to win special prizes.

Join the “African Cats” grassroots community and donate to the African Wildlife Foundation on Causes:

http://www.causes.com/africancats

Fans can join the “African Cats” grassroots community on Causes by signing the pledge to help Africa's lions and other imperiled wildlife survive and thrive for generations to come. Additionally, users are given the opportunity to enhance Disneynature’s commitment by donating directly to the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) via the platform.

I know that this is going to be one of those movies that is going to be incredible. 

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