I feel that possibly law enforcement’s priorities should have been reversed here.
Via @BrianFaughnan. On the other hand, it’s Texas. The tiger’s probably holed up somewhere, trying to figure out how to get to a zoo safely, because he didn’t ask for this, human. He was behaving himself. Getting dumped in the middle of a state where they give out AR-15s as party favors wasn’t his idea.
See if you can spot the problem.
A three-month-old tiger cub was found roaming neighborhoods in the Inland Empire on Thursday and has been taken to an animal shelter, CBS Los Angeles reports.
The two-foot-long tiger was turned into the Ramona Humane Society in San Jacinto by a woman who found it in her neighborhood in Hemet. It was not immediately clear where the tiger had come from. Continue reading Finding a tiger cub wandering free in California is NOT the problem, here.