Carol Baskin’s Big Cat Rescue Now Selling Masks For Charity
Carol Baskin is the founder of Big Cat Rescue, in Tampa, Florida, an animal sanctuary that homes big cats got it start back in 1992. You might also recognize her name from the new high profile Netflix docuseries "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness", where she and rival Joe Exotic, feuded for many years over multiple reasons, but mostly regarding big cats.
Big Cat Rescue, has been closed to the public due to the corona virus pandemic, but as you can imagine it takes a serious amount of money to feed 1 big cat let alone a whole slew of them. Carol is always searching for new ways to raise money for Big Cat Rescue sanctuary but her newest venture even has me excited.
According to the Big Cat Rescue, facebook Carol, who is well known for her opening line "hey all you cool cats and kittens", is now creating face masks based around that tagline. A tagline that many people and even small businesses have thrown on shirts, hats and social media statuses, seemingly making it a very profitable tagline for many others, so why not use it to raise money for Big Cat Rescue.
UPDATE: International shipping is now available!
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There are two mask options available on tread365.com,you can go for the black or there is also a leopard print mask for the small price of $11 dollars. Both masks come with the printed tagline "Hey all you cool cats and kitten" and include a very cute kitty smile!