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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Cat Walks Into New York Police Department: Has Not Been Claimed, Available for Adoption

 Manhattan, NY - Police are trying to locate the owner of a white and gray cat that strolled into the 34th Precinct, Washington Heights, on Monday.

“This cat walked into the 34 Pct today. Officer Andrea DiNella would like to know if anyone is missing him #uptown,” the precinct tweeted.

DiNella told NBC 4 New York Tuesday, "He looks like he came from someone's house. He was very clean, his paws were not long, he had a great disposition, didn't bite. Very friendly."

DiNella named the cat Frankie, who's believed to be about 10 months old. When no one claimed him, she brought him to Regina Galente, who runs local rescue group Adore-a-Bullie Paws and Claws https://www.facebook.com/adoreabullie.

After his short stint in custody, Frankie's new friends in blue were sad to say goodbye.
"Everybody loved him. We didn't want to see him go," said DiNella.



Adore-a-Bullie Paws and Claws:

This is Frankie! He was in lock up at a police pct in the Bronx today! He is a 10th old male kitty that needs a home! The police released him to our custody and he has been ordered to find a home. He will be fully vetted and up for adoption by Tuesday of next week. He is super sweet and lots of fun! Please help Frankie stay out of jail by applying for him today!

To apply to adopt Frankie, click here: FRANKIE




Website: Adore-a-Bullie Paws and Claws









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