Kerr also expressed concern for the many baby animals at the facility.
“They do the baby tiger shows, so they need a constant flow of baby tigers,” Kerr said, explaining that they have to continually breed the animals. “All he [Stark] has said is that they go to other USDA facilities, but that’s pretty vague. I’m really curious about where they end up.”
Wildlife in Need, however, has a very different opinion of what they do — they seem to believe they’re helping animals, and they deny any abuse.