Netflix' addictive true crime series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, has the whole internet buzzing! Including Carole Baskin of Big Cat Rescue.

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Founder Carole Baskin drives a golf cart at Big Cat Rescue in Tampa on Thursday, July 20, 2017.

SNL's Kate McKinnon To Make Mini-Series About Tiger King's Carole Baskin

Netflix' Tiger King is filled with wild and unbelievable characters like Big Cat Rescue owner, Carole Baskin. She is the target of "Joe Exotic's" alleged murder-for-hire. The series highlighted Carole's eccentric ways, hypocritical accusations and shed light on her late husband's mysterious disappearance.

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Claiming to be the innocent party and only out for justice for big cats, Carole's main focus was on the law changing of treatment and breeding of exotic cats. She brilliantly has used the internet to get her rescue park attention, which included her fairly successful blog. Carole caught wind of the mini-series to be made about her and implored producer and star of the series Kate McKinnon, to avoid using real tigers and lions.

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Tiger King's Carole Baskin's Purr-fect Idea

Carole has suggested in her blog for Kate to use Hollywood magic and use computer generated cats. "We urge McKinnon to utilize computer-generated imagery (CGI) of cats in the show rather than forcing real big cats to suffer just to entertain the audience."

Carole Baskin is quite a smart woman, knowing that this series will focus on her she put out another message: "We hope McKinnon has a passion for animals and that her series will focus on the horrible lives captive big cats lead when exploited by breeders like Joe Exotic" which suggests that McKinnon would be a bad person if she focused her attention on Carole over the animals. 

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Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness - Production Still

Check out the trailer for Netflix' Tiger King, here!