Wild Animal Park Jeff Taylor
Jeff Taylor should be judged by the company he keeps: Joe Schreibvogel (#73-C-0139) remains one of the largest suppliers of big cat cubs for public contact exhibition and other purposes (despite the fact that he filed for bankruptcy on behalf of his personal estate and his corporation in March 2013). Certificates of Veterinary Inspection received through a public records request to the state of Oklahoma illustrate the web of connections between Mr. Schreibvogel and numerous substandard exhibition facilities across the country. In addition to the evidence of animal transport and disposition that was presented in the Petition, between February 19, 2011 and September 5, 2013, Mr. Schreibvogel exported at least 51 tigers, 7 lions, 2 leopards, 5 bears, and 2 monkeys. To date this year, Mr. Schreibvogel has disposed of at least 21 tiger cubs, including four cubs who were only three days old at the time of transport (and nearly all of whom were under four months at the time of transport, yet were not traveling with their dams). These big cats, bears, and nonhuman primates went to multiple exhibitors (several of whom regularly engage in public contact exhibition) in over a dozen states: Karl Mitchell, Robert Engesser (d/b/a The Zoo/Jungle Safari), Joel Almquist (d/b/a Forever Wild), Bearizona, Bill Coburn (d/b/a/ Wild Acres Ranch), Tiger Haven, Greg Woody, Ryan Easely, Joe Camp (d/b/a Jungle Exotics), Noah’s Lost Ark, National Tiger Sanctuary, Big Cats of Serenity Springs, Deborah Hendrickson, Jeremy Hinkle (d/b/a Wild Animal Safari), Noah’s Ark, Sue Pearce (d/b/a Animal Adventures), Ringling Bros. Circus, Dana Savorelli (d/b/a Monkey Island), Jeff Taylor (d/b/a Wild Animal Experience), Tammy Thomson (d/b/a Camp Junction), and Tiger World.
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