I did a Google search on this story today, thinking that surely this had gone national by now. I mean, really--a Bengal tiger roaming about Noble County, Indiana? I was really surprised to see that only a Mishawaka TV station had picked it up.
I saw the Channel 15 interview with Black Pine's Animal Director, Lori Gagen, and she was more-than-insistent that India (given name of said tiger) was not dangerous, wouldn't hurt anyone, and there was nothing to worry about.
Sorry, Lori, but I think anyone who's ever watched Discovery Channel or Animal Planet -- or, been to Vegas -- knows that there's a reason a tiger is called a "wild animal." Because they are. Just ask Roy Horn.
I think Lori should have been down on her knees thanking God that India had just wandered home, rather than wandering up to some unsuspecting Noble County resident and having them for lunch.
Noble County may want to get in touch with Forks, Washington -- if tigers are going to be on the loose, Noble needs a few vegetarian vampires.