A Brief History of Tigers on the Loose in Texas, 2021 Edition
On Sunday, families around Houston celebrated Mother’s Day. Maybe they did so by watching the Astros hold off the Blue Jays to claim second place in the AL West, or by catching up on something on Netflix. Or, if they lived on Ivy Wall Drive in a west Houston neighborhood just off of George Bush Park, they may have spent the evening avoiding being eaten by a tiger. Apparently there’s a tiger loose on my parents’ West Houston street? pic.twitter.com/TgdIiPSPKx— robwormald (@robwormald) May 10, 2021 The first video of the escaped tiger began circulating on Twitter shortly after 9 p.m., shared by user @robwormald, whose parents live in the neighborhood. In the video, we can see a tiger prowling a residential neighborhood, moving with purpose…View Original Post
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