No. The gender of "sua" is the gender of "tiger" (feminine), not of the owner.
Why can't it also be "sua tigre e dolce"?
I would like to know that too..
why is tigre a feminine word?
I thought 'la sua' would mean her tiger??! Anyone.........?
Thanks but how do I know it's 'his' tiger is sweet as opposed to 'her'?
In this case you don't. If it's important you can say "la tigre di lui" or "la tigre di lei."
Thank you. I thought that was the case! Just looked at your profile - level 20?! Well done.
wow there is so much to learn!
How do you say if it is a male tiger or a female?
una tigre maschio, una tigre femmina
Why cant it be his tiger is sweet