‘Tiger King’ Star Carole Baskin Is Selling Coronavirus Face Masks
So, we shouldn't be too surprised that his nemesis Carole Baskin has now got in on the fun too, selling coronavirus face masks with her iconic "cool cats and kittens" line printed onto them.
The owner of Big Cat Rescue announced the mask launch, in collaboration with Tread 365, on her social media.
The machine-washable masks come in either black or leopard print, and cost $11 (£8.99) each.
Both feature a cats mouth and whiskers on them, and, according to the website, are "durable" and "reusable".
What's more, an unspecified percentage of the proceeds will be going towards "supporting big cats" - whatever that means!
While the masks are shipped internationally, it's worth noting that if you're a Carol supporter from the UK (or basically, anywhere other than the States) international shipping doesn't come cheap.
In fact, it more than doubles the price of the masks for UK buyers, costing over $13 (£10.62) at cheapest, depending where you live in the UK.
(But, then again, if you're a die hard Carole fan we're sure this is a price worth paying...)
It comes as Joe Exotic brought out his own "revenge" themed range earlier this month, with some pretty strong digs at Carole thrown in.
Released with a brand named Odaingerous, the merch is labelled with slogans including: "Revenge," "Love Thy Backstabber," "Fake Friends" and "$UCCESS."
Plus, one particularly striking design sees a tiger with a woman's bloody arm in his mouth. Three guesses who that is supposed to be...
Joe is currently serving a 22 year sentence for organising a murder-for-hire plot against Carole.
While Carole has avoided any press since the documentary hit screens - featuring interviews inferring she could have killed Don and fed him to the tigers - she has since vehemently denied the allegations on her blog, and branded the whole series "salacious and sensational".
Are you team Joe or team Carole? Now you can prove your alliance with a face mask...
Featured Image Credit: Big Cat Rescue