Missing tiger has been turned in to authorities in Texas and will live at animal sanctuary

Video shows people petting the animal.
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Siberian tiger in Hengdaohezi township on outskirts of Mudanjiang in 2017
Siberian tiger in Hengdaohezi township on outskirts of Mudanjiang in 2017
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The tiger that received national attention after being captured on video in a Texas neighborhood earlier this month before a man drove away with the animal, was recently secured by authorities and will now live at the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch.

Houston Police Department Commander Ron Borza during a Saturday press conference said that the the tiger was not found, but had been turned in by a woman who owns the tiger with her husband. Her husband reportedly is the same man who drove away with the animal earlier this month.

Video shows people petting the animal: