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Saturday, July 10, 2010

Oscar, the British cat who steals underwear, reported to police by his owners

Oscar, the British cat who steals underwear, reported to police by his owners

Saturday, July 10th 2010, 10:29 AM

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Oscar the cat has been reported to police by its owners for stealing underwear.
Oscar the cat has been reported to police by its owners for stealing underwear.

Forget catnip. This frisky feline has a penchant for frilly undies.
Seems Oscar, a 13-year old British kitty, has been swiping his neighbors unmentionables - and just about anything else he can get his paws on.
"He was very proud that he had found these presents for us and would drop them at our feet," Owner Peter Weismantel, 72, of Southampton, told the Daily Mirror.
So far, the fuzzy cat burglar has swiped more than 70 items, from socks to rubber gloves. Last week, he brought home 10 pairs of children's underwear.
Worried that their neighbors would suspect something more perverse was afoot, Weismantel reported klepto kitty to the police.
"The officer I spoke to thought it was pretty amusing, but he could see why I was worried," Weismantel said.
He and his wife, Birgitt, have been fostering Oscar since last Christmas. Despite his naughty knicker thieving habit, the couple still plan to adopt him.
"He's got a lovely personality," Birgitt Weismantel, 56, said. "If anyone is missing any underwear, it would be good to put their minds at rest that it's only a cat pinching them and not someone more unpleasant."
The couple has held on to the pilfered items in hopes of one day reuniting them with their rightful owners.
Oscar, meanwhile, remains on the prowl.
With News Wire Services

Read morehttp://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/2010/07/10/2010-07-10_oscar_the_british_cat_who_steals_underwear_reported_to_police_by_his_owners.html#ixzz0tOU0ivED

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