There are more tigers in captivity in American than exist in the rest of the world. Some live in the protected safety of sanctuaries. However, most live in terrible conditions, often abused, abandoned, killed, or sold for parts.
Victims of the legal tiger breeding business in America, these tigers were commercially bred for roadside zoos or sold to private owners for amusement. Too dangerous for animal rescues and not attractive to zoos who only take pure-bred animals, many of them are abandoned. The result is thousands of tigers dying of neglect around America. Tigers in America (TIA) has stepped up to the challenge by creating the TIA Rescue Network. Over the past eight years, TIA has relocated 250 tigers and other big cats to the best sanctuaries in America.
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