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Pot head goes to abandoned home to smoke weed - finds overweight TIGER

An overweight tiger was found abandoned in a Houston home on Monday An overweight tiger was found abandoned in a Houston home on Monday
Deanna Wagner | 12 February, 2019, 16:24

A caged, overweight female tiger was found abandoned in a Houston home on Monday, officials said.

Police say the animal was being kept in a cage that was not large or sturdy enough for its size with several packages of meat nearby, according to KTRK-TV.

"We questioned them as to whether they were under the effects of the drugs or they actually saw a tiger", Sgt. Jason Alderete of the Houston Police Department's Major Offenders, Livestock Animal Cruelty Unit told CNN affiliate KTRK. However, according to KHOU, an animal sanctuary in Texas has agreed to take it in.

An anonymous tipster contacted the city's authorities to let them know about the unusual find and said that at first they believed they were hallucinating when they first saw the big cat.

"A pretty small cage inside basically a garage in a house that didn't look like it was in the best shape".

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"People think that it is fun or that it is cool to have an exotic pet", Cottingham also said yesterday, USA Today reported.

She was friendly, police said, but she was tranquilised for safety reasons as they moved her from the home over to BARC's headquarters.

A picture of the tiger was shared by Houston's BARC animal shelter. Officials said the tiger will be taken to another facility, where it will stay permanently, Tuesday.

A couple thought they might be hallucinating after sneaking into a vacant Texas home to smoke weed - and finding a tiger inside.

The Houston Zoo said it will not be able to take the tiger. "Malayan tigers surviving on the Malay Peninsula are critically endangered with an estimated population of 300 remaining in the wild".