Most of the animals will find sanctuary in Jordan's New Hope Center for rescued animals.
But Laziz has a longer journey ahead of him. The tiger will be transported to LIONSROCK, Four Paws' big cat sanctuary in South Africa, which is home to over 100 other big cats rescued from around the world.
His new home will include a swimming pond and over two acres of grassy fields and trees, Four Paws said.
"Laziz ... went into his transport crate without hesitation," Four Paws wrote on Tuesday. "He even seems to behave more calm in the crate now than he ever has in his desolate cage."