Though it's not Joe Exotic we're talking about this time, but rather the Big Cat Rescue frontwoman Carole Baskin who has chose to make a few bob by turning her hand to crafts. She designed protective face masks to be recognizable and have her well-known catchphrase printed on them: "Hey, all you cool cats and kittens".
According to Rebecca Chaiklin, "Tiger King" director, Joe is over the moon with his newfound fame: "The Rick Kirkmans, the Josh Dials...and then there were are other characters who are probably less happy with the way they were portrayed".
The masks are "the PURRRFECT face mask", in keeping with the third-party web site that has teamed up with Baskin to promote them.
Baskin collaborated with Chicago-based company, Tread365, to bring the "Cool Cats" and "Cool Kittens" masks "for any "Tiger King" enthusiast and Big Cat Rescue fan". Well, it is unlikely so that the president will have time to look into this matter while he is dealing with a pandemic.
On the Facebook announcement about the product, people tagged their friends and commented about how much they needed it. "Hey cool cats I got mine", and "It's like Christmas came early", a few followers stated.
Netflix announced last month that 64 million of its subscriber households worldwide had sampled Tiger King since it was released on March 20.
However, Baskin has been vocal about feeling she was misrepresented within the doc, which focuses totally on the bonkers story of Joe Exotic, whose actual identify is Joseph Maldonado-Passage. He was convicted past year of abusing tigers and for trying to stage a murder-for-hire plot against his rival Carole Baskin.