A tiger cub that was found in a Phoenix home earlier this year is now under the care of a local wildlife rescue.
The tiger, which was illegally listed for sale, was discovered locked inside a small dog cage in a closet.
The man who was accused of trying to sell the animal on social media for $25,000 has since been indicted by a grand jury.
The tiger is currently being cared for at the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Scottsdale, where she has access to a special enclosure that allows her to climb and jump.
The cub, who has not yet been named, has received lots of enrichment and toys and is said to be playful, curious, and social.
Her medical team is growing very attached to her, but she will remain at the sanctuary until the criminal case has been settled.
The rescue center has previously worked with law enforcement on similar cases involving tigers of all different ages.