Elsa, San Antonio's 'Frozen' Tiger, Checks Out Her New Home at Wildlife Refuge

A tiger who was named Elsa by authorities after being rescued from frozen conditions in San Antonio, Texas, reached her new home at an animal sanctuary in North Texas on February 23.

Footage shared by the Humane Society of the United States shows the six-month-old, 60-pound tigress being transported to Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch and then running around her enclosure.

“Elsa was someone’s ‘pet’ and wearing a harness when she was rescued in freezing temperatures by Bexar County authorities,” wrote the Humane Society in a press release. “They placed her at a local wildlife rehabilitation center until the temperatures warmed up enough for her to be safely transported to the sanctuary.” Credit: The Humane Society of the United States via Storyful