When cops arrived at Meyer's Houston home to investigate on September 26 they found four tigers, a cougar, a skunk and a fox roaming freely inside the home where Meyer's 14-year-old daughter also lived.
Meyer's 14-year-old daughter was inside the home at the time.
Investigators said Meyer did not meet those requirements and was keeping the animals dangerously close to other residences.
This undated photo provided by the Nye County Sheriff's Office shows one of three tigers sheriff's deputies found after Trisha Meyer was arrested in Pahrump, Nev.
Three of the tigers were reportedly cubs, but one was a large male, which she allegedly admitted was at an age he could be unsafe.
Meyer was given several citations and told to report to court the next day.
The Houston Chronicle reported that the man paid Meyer $3,000 but did not receive the kitten. The animals were subsequently confiscated after her arrest.
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Meyer was renting the home from property owner Bihn Truong, who was apparently unaware she had turned the home into a zoo until police contacted him. "I don't know how someone can put that much damage in three weeks".
Trisha Meyer was found in a suburb of Las Vegas on November 7 with the wild animals, a BARC spokesperson reported. Soon after, a police officer and a Texas Game Warden came looking for Meyer.
Animal experts said the situation was risky for everyone involved.
Law enforcement officials in Nevada, where Meyer fled with the animals, say there is no timetable for her return to Harris County.
Nye County Animal Control took the animals into protective custody, Boruchowitz said.
The family's landlord wasn't aware of the exotic pets, he told the Houston Chronicle.