Carole Baskin of ‘Tiger King’ working on TV show and memoir

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What’s new pussy cat? An upcoming Carole Baskin TV show and memoir, apparently.

The “Tiger King” star sent out an end-of-year email to her fans, and amid some characteristic score-settling and enemy-baiting, she revealed the new projects.

Baskin — who was accused in the smash hit Netflix documentary of killing her second husband and putting his body through a meat grinder (which she denies) — wrote, “I’m in negotiations for a TV show series on the work we do to end big cat abuse and to write my memoirs.”

Meanwhile, in the email blast titled “Where are the Tiger King stars now?,” Baskin does little to hide her bared claws, reminding the world that — while she recently appeared on “Dancing with the Stars” — her arch nemeses, Joe Exotic and Doc Antle, are in jail and indicted on two felony counts related to wildlife trafficking, respectively.

She also roars about her game, a bobble head, a licensing deal with mask manufacturers, and says, “I’m one of [personalized fan greeting video site] Cameo’s most prolific earners, having created more than 2,300 greetings with 400+ fabulous reviews.”

At least someone is had a good 2020? (If you don’t count the allegations of grizzly matricide.)

Baskin does not mention that a volunteer was attacked at her Big Cat Rescue in December.

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