Tiger King: Questions Answered 2020
There are currently more tigers living in captivity in the United States than there are left in the wild. In many states, it is perfectly legal to keep a tiger in your home or backyard. Tiger cubs are being bred and exploited at an alarming rate to fuel the cruel cub petting industry. Learn more about the current and pending laws surrounding private ownership and roadside zoos like the ones featured in Tiger King.
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Big Cat Public Safety Act Passes the U.S. Senate in Victory for AnimalsThe bill helps end the rampant abuse of tigers and other big cats in captivity by banning private possessionDecember 6, 2022 Press Release
After Images of Employee’s Injury from Animal Attack Surface – OSHA Complaint Filed Against Texas Wild Animal Dealer and Roadside Zoo OwnerGraphic images of wound are posted on Tik-Tok by an employee of Gator Park — a facility owned and operated by Jason Clay.April 7, 2022 Press Release
Lawsuit Filed Against Tiger Creek for Violating Endangered Species ActThe lawsuit alleges federally endangered and threatened animals such as the tigers, lions, and ring-tailed lemurs are receiving inadequate care at Tiger CreekMarch 16, 2022 Press Release