Why Carole Baskin Is Watching Tiger King 2 Amid Lawsuit

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You cool kittens and cats! Carole BaskinShe is willing to share the truth about animal advocacy.

Discovery+ presents a docuseries in two parts titled Carole Baskin’s Cage Fight, which premieres Saturday, Nov. 13, viewers will go behind the scenes of the Big Cat Rescue founder’s quest to take down animal exploiters. Baskin claims that the streaming platform behind the headline-making is different from Netflix. Tiger KingDiscovery+ series was “willing to cover what really matters.”

She continued: “I thought for many years that if people could understand the type of life that is lived chasing after animal abusers,” and how hazardous it was, as well as all the dangers that are involved in trying to rescue these animals, then people would be more inclined to help big cats.

Baskin’s opinions on Tiger King (a.k.a. What was the TV show that made her famous? She isn’t a fan.

The Florida-based conservationist is currently suing the streamer and Royal Goode Productions, the production company behind Tiger KingTo stop her being interviewed or film of in the future sequel. According to the suit, her and her husband were not allowed to appear in any interviews or footage. HowardWe were lead to believe so Tiger KingIt would not be possible to make a documentary about the entire process.