A Bengal tiger named Albert has moved into a dog pound in Mexico.
The 70-kilo big cat arrived at the Parque Rehilete Alcalde, Guadalajara in May after the zoo he was living in was shut down by environmental authorities.
Albert was left with no option other than moving in with the dogs after animal shelters in the country's second-city became overrun with pumas who had been rescued from forest fires.
The playful 6-month-old has an entire cage all to himself.
The dog shelter's vet, Claudia Villanueva, said: "He is very playful, very friendly and we are happy to have him here as a guest."
Albert's stay at the pound is expected to be temporary. Authorities are looking for a permanent residence to house the endangered animal before he outgrows his cage.