#Big Cat Rescue


Carole Baskin of ‘Tiger King’ fame weighs in as 2 African Servals remain missing in Alabama

One of the stars of the Netflix documentary “Tiger King” is weighing in on two exotic African cats that escaped in North Alabama. In a post on Facebook, animal rights activist Carole Baskin called for people to file a U.S. Department of Agriculture complaint against 256 Exotics, a Huntsville-based pet store. Her comments came after the store’s owner, Lacey Herring, reported two African Servals had escaped from a barn on her property. As of Thursday morning, the cats have not been recaptured.

Carole Baskin Exclusive: NFTs, Ex-Husbands, & Big Projects Underway

As if the pandemic era wasn't surprising enough, in yet another twist nobody saw coming Carole Baskin of Tiger King and Big Cat Rescue fame is actually far deeper into the high-tech scene than anyone ever expected. She's deep into the crypto currency communities across the internet, regularly plunges herself head first into Clubhouse stages about the often-overwhelming topic, has a well-performinc BitClout page (she's even got her own Carole $CAT currency going now, too), and guess what? She's selling NFT artwork from her home near Tampa, Florida.

Is Tiger King Still In Prison?

Following the news that one of Tiger King's zookeepers and Netflix star, Erik Cowie, was found dead at the age of 52, people are wondering where Joe Exotic is now. Exotic and Cowie were the stars of the hit Netflix true-crime documentary Tiger King, which was released in March 2020.

Tiger King Zookeeper Erik Cowie Is Dead At 53

Erik Cowie, best known for his involvement in Netflix’s runaway hit docuseries Tiger King, has died. Cowie served as the Head Keeper at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal, which belonged to the show’s polarizing lead, Joseph Maldonado-Passage, or Joe Exotic. Cowie was 53 at the time of his passing. The...