The latest pop culture wave to dominate the digital world has been hands down been Netflix series "Tiger King." In an effort to ride the wave of the twisted true-crime series, the cannabis brand Moxie is releasing two cannabis batter concentrates named "Cool Cat Cush" and "Tiger's Blood."
Moxie's Cool Cat Cush is a child of cannabis strains Wildfire and Wedding Cake. With Tiger's Blood, a cross of Goobers and Wildfire.
In a report by VegNews, the multi-state operator will drop a limited run of 1,600 grams (sold in 1 gram prepackaged units) of each strain in an exclusive California dispensary release. Moxie has pledged to donate $1 for each gram of the "Tiger King" strains sold to the Tiger Protection Fund to help combat the abuse and illegal sales of these exotic animals.
In a statement given to VegNews by Moxie's Head of marketing Tessa Adams:
"The series shed light on the terrible living conditions and deplorable exploitation of tigers in captivity." "We felt compelled to pair with the World Wildlife Fund for this project because our mission is to give back in whatever meaningful ways we can. We hope that people don't forget about the animals, as they became our primary focus as the season went on."
For those of you who have been living under a rock and wondering what the hell the Tiger King is, let us enlighten you. The Netflix series takes an in-depth look inside of the quarrel between private zoos and sanctuaries owners Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage (Exotic Joe) owner of the Oklahoma based Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park, his arch-nemesis alleged husband killer Carol Baskin owner of Big Cat Rescue animal sanctuary in Tampa, Florida, and Bhagavan "Doc" Antle's Institute for Greatly Endangered and Rare Species located in South Carolina's Myrtle Beach.
All want to know is, did she?!?!
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