Baton Rouge area man continues fight to keep Louisiana's last privately-owned tiger
Tony the tiger on display at the Tiger Truck Stop in Grosse Tete, La., in 2010. Although the owner of the truck stop with a live tiger mascot has lost one case in court, Tony the 550-pound Bengal-Siberian mix isn't immediately leaving his 3,200-square-foot home with a recently added wading pool.
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#1 Oct 14, 2013
The loving owner of Tony the Truck Stop Tiger says "he will go to Exotic Joe's".
It seems there will be no peace, quiet or tranquility for this sad animal.
Mr Sandlin is determined that his tiger will live in an exploitative environment - despite the fact there are great Sanctuaries, including Big Cat Rescue, Michael is hell bent on not letting Tony go there, why?
Cruelty, selfishness and ego.
So very sad, especially for all those people who just would like to see Tony living somewhere 'nice' for his last few years, Tony has given his life for Sandlin, but that matters not a jot to this man.
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