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The latest version of the blind tiger is a four-legged beast of a cat.
Here’s a closer look at the animal.
Read more about the blind tigers here.1:00 A few days before the blind cat was released in Florida, the animal was released into the wild and became a national hero.
The animal is a six-year-old female named Jaxa who lives in the state of Florida.
She has become an overnight sensation after her release.
She is the first blind tiger to be released into Florida, and the first to live in captivity.
Her release was a huge deal in Florida.
The state was one of the first in the country to ban commercial breeding of blind tigers, and it also is one of only four states that still have captive breeding operations.
Florida has over 150 captive tigers, with nearly half of them being kept in an outdoor enclosure.
The news came as a shock to some people, including the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
The agency said it was surprised by the news, but they are now working to provide the best care for the cat, which is already under a strict quarantine.
“This is a new and unique situation.
We do not have the facilities to house Jaxas tigers.
This is a very unique situation,” said Pam Bier, a spokeswoman for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
The facility is located in a remote area off Interstate 75 in Fort Lauderdale.
Bier said it took nearly two months to put in place an isolation cage for Jaxacats care.
There were no signs of any aggressive behavior, she said.
Jaxacat owners say they have been frustrated with how the facility has been managed.
“We are being held captive and they are trying to keep us locked up and we have been very vocal,” said Jaxahla Williams, Jaxaya’s owner.
She said her son, Ryan, has been living in the same cage for three months, with no contact with Jaxakas.
Williams said she plans to file a lawsuit against the state.
“They don’t want us here and we’re not going anywhere,” she said, adding that she is not allowed to have any interaction with the animals.
Williams, who has a business license, said she has tried to get Jaxawahla released.
She says she has not been able to.
“She’s still locked up in the cage and they have not been giving us the food we need,” she told ABC News.
Williams says she wants to keep Jaxamalates freedom.
She also wants to educate people on how to handle the animal in their homes.
“There are ways for us to help her,” she added.
“We have a couple of options we can take her back.”
A video posted by The Blind Tiger Project (@blindtigerproject) on Apr 27, 2018 at 10:59am PDTA number of people have tried to contact the state and help with Joxa’s care.
One person who tried to reach the agency for comment told ABCNews.com that he and his partner were also disappointed in the agency’s response to the issue.
“The issue with this facility is the cage.
There’s no escape route.
There is no way to get her out,” said the person, who identified himself as Joe.
Joe, who said he has a job in the veterinary business, said that he was in the area on the weekend of the release and witnessed Jaxapare’s escape.
Joe said he went to check on the tiger after hearing about the release.
“There was an officer in the middle of the street and she ran out of the city.
She had no collar, no leash, nothing,” Joe said.
Joe also said he did not see Jaxalates eyes.
Joe said that his business partner and others in the community have also contacted him and offered to help.
“I told them to take Jaxai and to not take her anywhere.
If you do that, we are going to get a