A Kitty Walked Into the House of an Officer With the Goal of Being Adopted and Won’t Leave the Officer Alone

A Kitty Walked Into the House of an Officer With the Goal of Being Adopted and Won’t Leave the Officer Alone

A little tuxedo cat was found inside a private home in Wadsworth, Ohio. Nobody from the area wanted to take her in, so neighborhood cops ventured in to help.

Officer Vivian Feke from Wadsworth Police Division was in the neighborhood when she was reached regarding the issue of the little cat. “Our dispatchers received a call from a resident of the city on January 4th,” Feke told Love Meow. “This resident advised that he had found a kitten inside of his house, but was not sure where it came from.”

A man babysat the cat until the officer arrived on the scene, He gave the cat over to Officer Feke, who took the furball back to her vehicle. the plan was to contact the local shelter so they can find a good forever home.



The tuxedo kitty was somewhat frightened after the trial, however, when she heard Feke’s voice, she whimpered back, and began looking for warmth from officer’s lap.

As no one was available immediately to pick up the kitty from the shelter, Feke took her back to the police division so she could give her food and water. “She meowed loudly all the way back to the department. When I brought her back, another officer and I gave her some food, and she ate the entire can.”

everyone fell quickly for the kitten because of her adorable nature

Needless to say, the kitten never made it to the shelter. Nobody knows how the kitty sneaked into the house. Maybe, she was searching for a sheltered, warm spot to stay.

They didn’t have the heart to send her to the shelter. One of the officers offered to adopt her. When she returned home, she took a long snooze on her new human’s lap.

“The cat is doing great, and is very polite,” Feke revealed to Feline DAily. “The officer’s family has named her ‘Bella.’ We think she’ll make a great police cat someday!

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