The U.S. Humane Society has risen claims against an exotic animal park for allegedly letting children handle and pose for photographs with baby tigers. The claims from the Humane Society stem from an undercover worker who witnessed children mingling with exotic cats and even witnessed children who were scratched or bitten by the cats.
The cause for concern is great—especially in the wake of the horrible incident where an Ohio man let over 50 wild animals loose, a majority of which were killed. The park has already been investigated for violations to the Animal Welfare Act, and also for the deaths of 23 tiger cubs between 2009 and 2010. The Oklahoma City movers want proper treatment for these exotic animals and to be sure the conditions they are living under are clean and appropriate.