DALLAS — A mother lion named Toph has been captured in Dallas and is being held in a zoo.
Dallas Safari Club officials said Monday that the mother lion, named T.A.H., was captured Monday by a private company and will be moved to a public facility.
Toph, which means “daughter of a wolf” in Arabic, was a big hit at the Dallas Safari Club.
She was taken to the Dallas Zoo in May after being rescued from a nearby home.
It was reported the mother was being held captive for at least two weeks.
Her father, Toph’s mother, had been taken into captivity last year after her father went missing and her mother had been released.