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Old 04-18-2017, 07:12 AM
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Default Black woman steals someone else’s rare (White) cat from animal shelter

http://nypost.com/2017/04/17/woman-s...nimal-shelter/

Woman steals someone else’s rare cat from animal shelter
By Max Jaeger
April 17, 2017 | 9:01pm | Updated





The cat’s in the bag.

A woman walked out of a Harlem animal shelter with a rare Persian kitten in her purse after she found out she could not legally have the cat because it had already been adopted.

The thief was one of several people trying to adopt Snow, a 1.5-year-old white Persian, from the Animal Care Centers of NYC shelter at 326 E. 110th Street on Saturday.

Officials told her the cat was spoken for, but the cat-napper was able to pinch the puss around 1:15 p.m., because there were so many people perusing the shelter that afternoon, a spokeswoman told DNA Info.

“A lot of people were arguing trying to adopt the animal,” ACC rep Katy Hansen told the web site. “That kind of cat… is really sought after.”

Snow was still in the shelter because he was waiting to be neutered, which is required by state law before adoption.

ACC gets about 100 such cats each year, Hansen told DNAInfo.

The pricey cats are sometimes sold for $500 and up.

The thief could make money breeding Snow since he was not fixed, according to Hansen.
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