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Mar 25, 2019

For years, Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage, more commonly known by the name "Joe Exotic," ran a private zoo in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, that featured big cats among its most notable inhabitants. However, many animal rights activists were critical of the exotic park, claiming that Joe Exotic mistreated the animals and should not have allowed the public to pet tiger cubs at the facility. Some claimed that, rather than running a wildlife sanctuary, Exotic's showcased his animals purely for profit, even killing five tigers once they were beyond cub-bearing in an effort to make room for more cubs and more "useful" animals. One of his most vocal critics, Carole Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue in Florida, became the target of a supposed murder-for-hire plot allegedly orchestrated by Joe Exotic. read more


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