Former ‘Tiger King’ lioness treated at Oregon State University

The 5-year-old lioness, Chobe, had a uterus infection but is on her way to recovery thanks to the vet hospital at Oregon State University.

CORVALLIS, Ore. — After the hit Netflix documentary “Tiger King” swept the early stages of everyone’s pandemic quarantine life, the real-life zoo was surrendered to Carole Baskin. Many of the cats were shipped across the country to be cared for.

Over the past few months, many more documentaries have been made based around the fates of the big cats that were once under the care of Joe Exotic, the self-proclaimed Tiger King (now king of jail after being convicted of attempting to hire a hitman to kill Baskin as well as many animal abuse charges).

One of the lionesses who lived under his care found her way to Oregon. Chobe, 5, lives her life at the WildCat Ridge Sanctuary in Scotts Mills and was recently brought

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Why Burger King wants customers to order from McDonald’s

The fast food giant is looking to drive support for the hard-hit industry.

Even fast-food competitors have cast aside their differences in a show of support for the hard-hit hospitality industry amid the coronavirus pandemic.

As coronavirus cases surpassed the 1 million mark in the U.K., Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the nation will enter into a new month-long lockdown on Thursday that will restrict residents from dining at bars and restaurants in order to help slow the spread of the virus.

With takeout and delivery the only options for diners who don’t want to cook at home, Burger King’s U.K. arm called on consumers to “order from McDonald’s” and any of its “sister food chains — fast or not so fast.”

“We never thought we’d be asking you to do this,

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