Four Bengal tigers have been rescued from captivity and will spend the rest of their days in a big cat sanctuary in South Africa.
The tigers lived in a train car converted into a cage in the Argentine province of San Luis for over 15 years.
A traveling circus abandoned the now 18-year-old male and 15-year-old female tiger in San Luis in 2007. A local farmer agreed to look after the pair for a temporary period, but the circus never returned. They eventually had two cubs.
The tigers, named Sandro, Mafalda, Messi and Gustavo, now call the LIONSROCK Big Cat Sanctuary in Bethlehem, South Africa home.