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Women steal kitten from Memphis Animal Services, police say – FOX13 News Memphis

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Memphis Animal Services (MAS) is asking people to be on the lookout after two women stole a kitten from their animal shelter.

A gray tabby kitten, just two months old, was stolen from the facility on Monday, June 20, according to Memphis Animal Services.

Memphis police say two women entered the building, removed the kitten from its cage and stuffed it into a purse before exiting the business.

This 2-month-old gray tabby is worth $310, according to Memphis police.

After taking the kitten, the two women jumped into a silver Camaro and drove off, police said.

“We are making an offer to those responsible for this theft: Bring the kitten safe and sound to MAS by 4 p.m. Thursday, 6/23/22, and we will not prosecute you,” Memphis Animal Services posted on Facebook.

If you recognize these women or have any information on the kitten’s whereabouts, Memphis police urge you to call Sgt. S. Grigsby at Appling Farms Station GIB at 901-636-4487.


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