Reward Offered for Return of Stolen Cat

The Promise Animal League seeks safe return of a cat stolen from a PetSmart adoption day.

Posted: May 30, 2008 2 a.m. EDT

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Kyle, a playful young cat under the care of the Promise Animal League, was stolen from his cage at an adoption event at PetSmart in Hagerstown, Md., on Sunday, May 26. Now the rescue group is offering a reward for the popular cat’s safe return, the WHAG News (Maryland) reports.

“He was a very, very popular cat,” said Star Silva of the Promise Animal League. “He plays by himself, flipping the blankets underneath him, grabbing people as they walk in. He’s so high energy.”

In fact, Kyle’s playful personality had caught the attention of several potential owners. The league received several applications to adopt the cat on the day he was stolen.

Members of the rescue group believe a pair of dog nail clippers was used to cut the lock on Kyle’s cage. They are asking for the cat’s safe return. “We want to make sure that Kyle goes to the perfect home for him, and that (the new owners) keep him for the rest of their lives,” Silva said.

To offer information about Kyle’s disappearance, contact the Promise Animal League at 304-279-3713, or e-mail Star Silva.

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Marielle    Mississauga, ON

5/30/2008 6:55:07 AM

If someone thinks they can't pay for the adoption fee, how do they think they are going to afford the food and the vet bills???

Cathy    Hubbard, OH

5/30/2008 5:30:14 AM

That is very sad when you have to steal a cat. I hope and pray the person(s) who did this return the cat so he gets a great furever home. Shame on them.

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