CENTER POINT, Ind. (WTHI) - A young woman is returning to work after she was attacked by a tiger.
And now, she is meeting that tiger once again.
Marissa Dub was attacked at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center back in June . She spent weeks at an Indianapolis hospital recovering.
She then transferred to Union Hospital in Terre Haute for rehabilitation.
She is now getting back on her feet and also getting back to work at the rescue center.
"And she's been coming out since then - when she feels like it, for as long she feels like it and still has a long way to go to make it 100% and it's been wonderful having her back," said Jean Herrberg, assistant director of the Exotic Feline Rescue Center.
News 10 will continue to follow Dub's recovery.
In fact, she's scheduled to be at work later this week. We'll hear that story on News 10 at 6 p.m. this Thursday.
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