Good news, I guess. An owner has come forth. But he said his facility flooded and he droped his tiger off with a friend in Conroe and they weren't equiped to handle it. Doesn't sound like the Conroe Police are buying it. They are still talking about gaining custody and rehoming thr cat appropriately. Specifically, the cat will not be euthanized or adopted out to any private party. There are sanctuaries in texas , not to mention all over the country including big cat rescue in florida. A tame cat like this would do well there, as they interace with those that will permit it. As far as I can tell, they treat their animals vrry well. They even have a house cat sanctuary on the property. They have numerous videos on youtube. I particularly recommend the one where they give catnip to the cats in crunched up paper bags. What a hoot!Regardless, Imy heart aches for this poor cat. She begged for attention from her rescuers. She licked their faces, rubbed against their legs, rolled ovrr for her belly to be petted. If she is cut off completely from that, she might very well have some depression, adjustment problems. Whether the way she was kept was right or wrong, she was loved. Maybe she is a performing cat and the right owner hasn't come forth yet. A lot of care and training was given to this cat for her to be such a sweety.As to the remaining lost horses, no news today. But Cypress Creek is still above flood stage.