Seized white tigers given clean bill of health

Zahra (left) and Assad enjoying the waterfall on their playground’s pool area at In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Educational Center in Wylie.

(Wylie, TX — March 12, 2018) A white tiger and snow white tiger, seized in January in a joint operation by In-Sync Exotics, Texas Parks and Wildlife, and the local county Sheriff’s office, have been treated, given a clean bill of health, and released from quarantine. The animals were seized from people who did not have proper permits and were housing them illegally. The tigers were transported by In-Sync Exotics back to their sanctuary in Wylie where they will live.

Both tigers were housed in the sanctuary’s on-site veterinary clinic for their mandatory quarantine period, where staff veterinarian, veterinary technician, and keepers tested the animals for diseases and health issues, and provided the highest quality care to help them adjust to their new surroundings.

Both animals have been given a clean bill of health to be moved into their new enclosures, where they have den areas, a large playground, a pool, and various enrichment spaces and items.

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