Dangerous, exotic animals discovered at woman’s home during police investigation

HOUSTON – Police conducting an investigation found exotic and dangerous animals at a Houston home where a woman lived with a child.

The investigation happened on Sept. 26 in the 11000 block of Cypresswood Drive.

Houston Police Department officers said they were sent to investigate Trisha Meyer’s home after she tried selling a kitten to a man in California for $3,000, but never gave him the kitten after receiving the money.

When officers arrived at the home, they found several wild animals all roaming freely inside Meyer’s home, including three tigers, a cougar, a skunk and a fox, police said. They also found Meyer’s 14-year-old daughter in the home during that time, police said.

She also told police she had several monkeys, which can be vicious and had attacked someone previously, police said.

Police said she had permits for the tigers, but none for the skunks and foxes.

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Meyer was charged with child endangerment.

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