No one was home when the tiger was found. The "concerned citizen" called 311 to report the big cat, and "we questioned them as to whether they were under the effects of the drugs or they actually saw a tiger", a sergeant with the Houston Police Department's animal cruelty unit tells KTRK.
The tiger was insufficiently housed and left alone, but police said it was well-fed and appeared to be healthy.
"He's in a rinky-dink cage that could easily bust open".
The garage, which is in a home southeast of central Houston, was secured only with a screwdriver and a nylon strap, the station reported.
The animal was be taken to an animal shelter temporarily before being moved to a permanent home.
'Germs Are not a Real Thing'
But sources say colleagues are still giving him a wide berth after he uses the bathroom. In other words, congratulations, everyone who has ever shaken hands with Pete Hegseth.
But once they arrived, police found a caged tiger in the home's garage, according to KTRK.
Houston Zoo said in a statement that it would not be able to take the tiger. Officials said the tiger will be taken to another facility, where it will stay permanently, Tuesday.
'There's an incredible network all across the United States and here in Houston and here in Texas. So it was important that we get it out of that situation, ' Lara Cottingham, with the city of Houston, said.
While it's legal to own a tiger in Texas if the owner has a wild game permit, it's not permitted in Houston. Packages of meat were discovered with the animal.
"Fewer than 3,500 tigers of all tiger subspecies remain in the wild today, according to the Tiger Conservation Campaign".
Elizabeth Warren of MA , who formally announced her candidacy on Saturday , has pushed for modernizing federal marijuana laws. The California Democrat is running for president in 2020 and is widely considered a front-runner for the party's nomination.
The rescue took about 30 minutes because fire engine ladders could not initially reach his floor, he said. Several fire tenders were sent to the spot.Rescue operations continued till late in the morning.
The dustup over Turkey's criticism contrasts with the close economic relationship between the two countries. Beijing has intensified a security clampdown on Uighurs that was put in place after a bloody 2009 riot.
Bajin, the 2018 WTA Coach of the Year, publicly responded, thanking the 21-year-old via his personal Twitter account. Osaka, who withdrew from this week's Qatar Open due to a back injury, has not yet announced a replacement for Bajin.
It was an impressive though expected win for Davis, who needed two attempts Friday to hit the 130-pound super featherweight limit. He followed up with a three-punch combination - right, left and a right hook that slammed into Ruiz's face.
Prince William wore a traditional black tuxedo but strayed from tradition slightly with a pair of black velvet loafers. The Favourite won best British film on the night, while Rachel Weisz was named best supporting actress for the movie.
Russian Federation plans to disconnect from the internet
Average Russians would not lose internet access; the plan would instead change how internet traffic is handled on the back-end. A date for the test has not been set, but is supposed to happen before April 1, according to a law introduced past year .
Trump to create American AI Initiative with executive order
It also says federal agencies will establish guidance to ensure the new technologies are developed in a safe, trustworthy way. Research and development: Federal funding agencies will be asked to "prioritize AI investments" in their allocations.
Meghan Markle: 'Dad broke my heart into million pieces'
In the letter - the duchess says, "If you love me. please stop lying . please stop exploiting my relationship with my husband". It seems, by releasing the letter, Thomas Markle has not internalised his daughter's pleas.
Gov. Newsom to Draw Down Guard Troops at Border
The announcement comes the day before the California governor's State of the State address, set for this Tuesday, February 12. Then-California Senate leader Kevin De Leon and 26 state legislators urged Brown to end the National Guard agreement.