By Peter Szekely | Reuters

Houston animal management officers want to know who owns a “completely pleasant” tiger that turned up unexpectedly in a bit of used home in a residential a part of town.

The tiger and the cage it was in have been moved to town’s animal management campus for the night time after it was found in a home in southeast Houston on Monday, Bureau of Animal Regulation and Care spokeswoman Lara Cottingham stated.

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“There was no concern in regards to the tiger getting out of the cage,” Cottingham stated by phone on Tuesday. “She was completely pleasant.”

The wild animal was first found by two individuals who entered the almost vacant home on the lookout for a spot to smoke marijuana, KHOU-TV reported officers as saying.

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