POSTED: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 – 5:30pm
UPDATED: Sunday, June 16, 2013 – 3:00am
GROSS TETE, LA (NBC33) — The fate of a famous Truck Stop Tiger is still up in the air, but Tony’s owner is still fighting to keep him home in Grosse Tete.
Michael Sandlin asked the 1st Circuit Court of appeals to reconsider the April ruling that said Tony could not live at the truck stop and his permit was illegally granted. The circuit court refused, so now he’s heading to the State Supreme Court for some answers.
It has been a long, expensive battle for Michael Sandlin to keep Tony, his 550 pound Siberian Bengal tiger.
“I’m not happy about the situation. It’s been going on for 4 years,” said Michael Sandlin.
That battle continues and the road ahead could get bumpy.
“It’s more complex than viewers know about,” said Michael Sandlin’s Attorney, Jennifer Treadway…
View original post 201 more words