How to Find a Tiger Inspector Badge in The Sims 4: For Rent

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The Sims 4 Tiger inspector badge
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The Sims 4’s For Rent expansion adds various aspirations ranging from discovering secrets about others to being the best landlord in Tomarang. Here’s how to get the Tiger Inspector badge for the Seeker of Secrets aspiration in The Sims 4.

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Where to Find a Tiger Inspector Badge in The Sims 4: For Rent

You can find the Tiger Inspector badge while sneaking into the Tiger Sanctuary after 7 PM in-game time. At night, you’ll unlock an option to sneak into the sanctuary, allowing you to enter and search for this item.

However, you’re not guaranteed to find it every time you enter. Once you sneak into the sanctuary, you’ll often find a pop-up telling you you were caught by security guards, leading to you telling them you’re a tiger enthusiast or that you lost an item.

During my playthrough, I found it by chance while claiming to love tigers, allowing my character to quickly take the badge before getting kicked out. In other cases, your character might pick up a tassel collectible or leave empty-handed with a temporary ban from the sanctuary.

Where to Find Tiger Sanctuary in The Sims 4: For Rent

The Tiger Sanctuary is located in Tomarang’s Koh Sahpa neighborhood in the bottom half of the map. The closest spot to this building is the Screaming Gecko lounge south of the Sungai Point residential rental lot.

If you want to visit the Tiger Sanctuary quickly, travel to the lounge and cross the nearby wooden bridge before interacting with the building and sneaking into the sanctuary.

Do you want to learn more about the expansion? Check out how to create units in The Sims 4: For Rent, or click the tag below to browse our growing article list.

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Madison Benson

Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.