11 Dec 2012

CAT BECOMES ATTACHED TO KEYS



'Cat burglar': Neighbourhood moggy with a magnetic collar responsible for spate of missing keys

At first they blamed absent-mindedness for the spate of missing keys but when ever more sets disappeared residents realised other forces were at work.

Neighbours discovered that Milo the neighbourhood moggy was stealing the keys – attached to his magnetic collar.
Neighbours discovered that Milo was stealing the keys – attached to his magnetic collar.
  Photo: Stian Alexander10:13AM GMT 10 Dec 2012
Then they discovered the culprit, a genuine “cat burglar” who had made off with more than 20 sets of house and car keys.
The neighbours discovered that Milo the neighbourhood moggy was stealing the keys – attached to his magnetic collar.
The nine-year-old cat had been fitted with the collar to operate her cat flap and stop other cats sneaking into her home to steal her food.
But the collar was also picking up the keys along with its adventures to other people’s homes.
It was not until Kirsten Alexander, 27, spotted her pet coming through the cat flap with a set of someone else's keys dangling from her magnetic collar that the mystery was solved.

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