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Woman Breaks Into Houston Home To Smoke Pot And Is Greeted By A Tiger

By Tuesday, the tiger was headed to a sanctuary outside the city, while officials have launched a criminal probe in search of its owner.
A tiger discovered in what was thought to be an abandoned Houston home was rescued by the city's animal shelter, after an intruder called authorities. Source: Lara Cottingham

A tiger alarmed a woman who was sneaking into a seemingly abandoned Houston home to smoke marijuana on Monday. Now it has found a new home of its own.

, a sanctuary located about 200 miles north of Houston, announced on Tuesday it was

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