Border Patrol agents discover Bengal tiger cub by LCC South

Border Patrol agents discover Bengal tiger cub by LCC South

By KGNS News
Story Created: Mar 12, 2010
Story Updated: Mar 12, 2010

Sensors went off along the river by LCC South Campus this morning.

When agents arrived, nobody was there, but moments later they heard a growling sound; that sound came from a beautiful Bengal tiger.

The four-month-old cub was kept in a small, cramped cage.

Border Patrol says somebody paid a big amount of money for the tiger as a pet, and agents say smugglers don’t care about the animals well being.

The tiger cub is being kept safe before he is sent to Taylor, Texas.

http://www.pro8news.com/news/local/87528607.html

https://bigcatrescue.org

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