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Fugitive Felines Causing Havoc in Russian Jail

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

fugitive felinesFor those cat lovers out there, this next blog will probably shock you.  For the rest of us who don’t really trust these furry felines, it comes as no surprise.  This past week in Northern Russia, a cat burglar was caught sneaking into a high security prison.  The weirdest thing about the risky break in wasn’t that the burglar was breaking into a prison, but rather that the burglar was an actual cat.  Yep, we said cat.  The cat was caught carrying 2 cell phones and battery packs over the wall of the corrective labor camp.  Okay, we are using the word “carrying” very loosely as the cell phones were actually duct taped to the cat. 

Call it an evil plan of an animal mastermind or call it just a cat in the wrong place at the wrong time, either way, the Russian authorities were shocked by the incident and not really sure what to do about it.   However, if you remember a few weeks back, a similar story came out of Brazil.  A cat was caught in the prison carrying cell phones and drugs from cell to cell.  The Brazilian authorities were just as perplexed as those in Russia.  In both instances the cat was questioned but did not reveal the source of their contraband.  In fact, neither cat spilled any information during their hour long interviews.  The Brazilian cat just sat there looking almost bored at times (in fact, the cat nodded off a couple times during the interview).  The Russian cat seemed to be more arrogant and even mocked authorities as he spent most of the interview licking his private parts.  Both cats were denied a bail bond.

We aren’t sure how the authorities in either Brazil or Russia are going to address this new problem, but we are pretty sure that there are some police dogs working narcotics that would love to lend a paw and nab some cats.  Read the original story below.

Original article: Another cat accused of smuggling cell phone into jail

Written by: Eric Granof