'Tony the Tiger' truckstop case headed to state supreme court
GROSSE TETE, LA (FOX44) — A Grosse Tete gas station that has a Tony, a live tiger, as an attraction is headed to the state supreme court.
According to reports, a state district court and an appeals court said mistakes were made in the case.
Back in April, a three-judge panel said the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries can't give Tony's owner, Michael Sandlin, another permit for the tiger.
But in a report, Sandlin's lawyer said having the tiger is legal, and there's a lot at stake, including his business, if Tony is taken away.
No word on when the case will be heard.