Border Patrol agents discover Bengal tiger cub by LCC South
Sensors went off along the river by LCC South Campus this morning.
When agents arrived, nobody was there, but moments later they heard a growling sound; that sound came from a beautiful Bengal tiger.
The four-month-old cub was kept in a small, cramped cage.
Border Patrol says somebody paid a big amount of money for the tiger as a pet, and agents say smugglers don't care about the animals well being.
The tiger cub is being kept safe before he is sent to Taylor, Texas.