Stolen 3-Month-Old Kitten Returned With Apology Note
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A man stole a 3-month-old kitten from a Minneapolis pet store, only to return it the next day with a note of apology.
Ruff Start Rescue partners with PetSmart on pet adoptions. Its cat intake coordinator, Abbey Lynn, says a man went into a Minneapolis PetSmart Friday asking to look at the cats. When the man was done, a manager locked up the cages and left him alone.
Another employee walked by shortly after and noticed the lock on the kitten's cage had been cut with a bolt cutter.
Ruff Start Rescue says the kitten was returned unharmed Saturday in a box at a Roseville PetSmart with an apology note.
The writer said he didn't have money, and wanted to give the kitten as a Valentine's Day gift.