Tiger cub found roaming streets of California

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SAN JACINTO, Calif. — A California animal shelter received a surprising drop-off this week.

A woman found a 3-month-old tiger cub wandering the streets and brought him to the Ramona Humane Society in San Jacinto, KCAL-TV reports.

The shelter posted a video of the tiger on its Facebook page:

The two-foot-long tiger cub was driven to Phelan, Calif., where it’s being held at Forever Wild Exotic Animal Sanctuary.

The sanctuary owner told KCAL-TV that the baby tiger is in good condition.

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