Texas Cheerleader Likes To Kill Endangered Animals and Brag About It on Facebook
Despite this, many visitors to Jones' page aren't buying her stated goals of conservation.
"You kill animals and feel proud? You are a narcissist and a sociopath. I'm disgusted by you and anyone who supports such revolting behavior," notes one commentator.
Another writes: "Do you understand why people are so upset? First off, elephants are highly intelligent social beings. They grieve when one of their own dies. They are endangered. There is more to your killing then just conservation. Much more. I will never understand how one who hunts can smile when they have just killed a beautiful creature for whatever reason."
Even her shooting the white rhino with a tranquilizer has come into question. Notes one Facebook critic: "I am a wildlife biologist. The vets are more than capable of darting a rhino themselves, they don't need some stupid hick to do it for them. Nobody will believe you are a real conservationist because of this. Look to Bindi Irwin if you need help establishing what a real wildlife warrior looks like."
Jones seems to be fine with the publicity and an army of supporters have joined her on the Facebook page. A hashtag #SupportKendall has been trending on both Twitter and Facebook, but many of the people using it are not supporters.
Kendall says on her Facebook page that she's looking to host her own television show in the near future.
Warning to Facebook users, there are graphic images below: