Dozens Of Tigers Rescued From The Zoo In Netflix’s Tiger King Have Been Re-Homed In Colorado

Since Americans are unable to leave their homes with only a handful of exceptions (such as essential jobs and sporadic grocery store runs), people have to get creative in terms of entertainment, the bulk of which includes binge-watching shows like Netflix’s hit documentary, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness. While the majority of Tiger King takes place in Oklahoma and Florida, Colorado has a surprising connection to Joe Exotic and his infamous G.W. Exotic Animal Park, as dozens of his tigers have taken up residence here in the Centennial State:

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Address: Wild Animal Sanctuary, Keenesburg, CO 80643, USA