The docu-series "Tiger King" currently streaming on Netflix is slanted, one sided, and filled with inaccuracies that are harmful to the reputation of Big Cat Rescue and its founder Carole Baskin. Big Cat Rescue is a nonprofit organization which has earned the highest ratings by Charity Navigator, an independent organization that digs deeply into all aspects of financial records to determine a non-profit's level of fiscal responsibility. BCR is also accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries and is a member of World Animal Protection, and consistently passes inspection by the USDA. This "documentary" portrays BCR as being no different than unregulated roadside zoos run by backyard cat breeders, who harm their animals through the cruel practice of removing young cubs from their mothers to be used in petting and photo opportunities for profit. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly dated March 23, 2020, the director of "Tiger King", Eric Goode, admitted "I think there's a lot of hypocrisy when it comes to Carole, and a lot of greenwashing," which clearly points to filming with a pre-existing agenda. "Tiger King" also suggests other serious allegations against BCR's founder, clearly intended to defame her. These allegations are over 20 years old, and have never been found by authorities to have any substance. Tell Netflix to stop spreading lies and misinformation, and remove this biased film series from their website today!