A Houston tiger named India is found safely, and sent to sanctuary


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The tiger, who was seen wandering around a Houston neighborhood last week, was heading to an animal sanctuary on Sunday after police released a video of the captured animal feeding bottle and caressing it. Police Chief Ron Burza said that the 9-month-old tiger, named India, appears to be in a state. Good health. On Monday, India was seen wandering about a neighborhood in western Houston. An off-duty deputy nearly shot him before someone took the 175-pound cub and left with his car, and the citywide search was concluded on Saturday when a friend of the owners reported to BARC, the city’s animal sanctuary, about the whereabouts of India. Burza said the couple he described as the owners of India, Victor and Georgiana Cuevas, handed the tiger over to the police, and Burza said the young tiger was indeed “very strong. If he wants to beat you, he can do it right away.” “There is no shape, form, or shape you should have an animal like this in your home,” said Borza. “This fully grown animal can reach 600 lbs.” He still has his claws and he could do a lot of damage if he so decides. Luckily for us, he’s very tame. ”“ Tiger King ”star Jeff Lowe is ready to give up a lot Burza said India will be relocating to Cleveland Amore Black Beauty Ranch, an animal sanctuary outside of Dallas. Burza described it as a story of“ I feel happy. ”The story no. Free of plots.Police still don’t know exactly where India has been since the first sighting last week.Owner Victorio Cuevas was arrested on Monday and charged with evading arrest and charged with fleeing after officers answered a call about a dangerous animal. 2017 fatal shooting incident. His attorney said Cuevas confirmed the shooting was in self-defense Attorney Michael W. Elliott said Cuevas also does not recognize ownership of India Tigers are prohibited by city law unless a dealer, such as a zoo, is licensed to own Exotic animals. “Victor was not the primary owner of India and India was not with him most of the time,” Elliott told The Associated Press. “Victor was nonetheless often involved in sponsoring India.” Elliott added that he did not think there was any difference between Who owns India from us Live artwork due to no “birth certificate or title”. Borza said no charges have been filed and the investigation is continuing. He stressed that a happy ending will be provided to India, where he lives his life in sanctuary with other animals. “This thing turned out really well. But I also want people to know that we never locked anything down with HPD. We are still chasing killers and thieves.”


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