Tyga is a good dad when it comes to son King—but when it comes to his pet Tiger, he definitely dropped the ball.
According to reports, Tyga’s Tiger is living at Lions, Tigers & Bears non-profit rescue in So Cal, but the staff says that he never made any effort to help out with the cat’s care. Bobbi Brink, the founder and director of the rescue center revealed how expensive it is to keep a huge animal like that. It costs more than $10k a year just to feed a 500 lb. tiger like Maverick, plus there are vet costs, flea control and general maintenance.
Brinks says they rely on public donations to cover costs. After being criminally charged for having the exotic pet, the charges were dropped against Tyga.
Source: TMZ|PHOTOCREDIT: Getty