May 28, 2020 - Fox News
The animal-rights organization made its feelings for Joe Exotic and his Oklahoma big-cat zoo known after the seven-part Netflix docuseries dropped.
"Maldonado-Passage -- aka 'Joe Maldonado,' 'Joe Schreibvogel,' and, of course, 'Joe Exotic' -- has been in PETA's sights for years.
He is a notorious animal abuser and was once the primary supplier of big-cat cubs used for the cruel cub-petting industry. The world will be a safer place for everyone with this man behind bars, where he can no longer harm animals or the animal advocates he threatened," reads a blog post about the series, posted to PETA's website in March.
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