"He acted like the rest of them," she said. '"He loved enrichment, he had a favorite toy ... he ran around in his habitat, he ate grass, he just looked kind of silly."
"Everybody loved Kenny," she added. "He had a great personality ... he loved all the keepers, loved all the animal care staff."
Unfortunately, like many white tigers, his life was a short one. While tigers can easily live to be more than 20 years old in captivity, Kenny died in 2008 at 10 years old after a year-long battle with melanoma. It's unclear if the disease was a result of his breeding.