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post #1 of 21
Thread Starter 
Stolen cat alert:

http://www.lunarcoons.com/theft/
post #2 of 21
That's just sick! I hope they find the cat and severly punish the person who did it! Although I wonder if cat theft is just a petty theft in that area.....
post #3 of 21


Too angry for words.
post #4 of 21


That is so infuriating(sp?). I hope they find her soon so she can go home to her family.
post #5 of 21
How sick can people get ?
post #6 of 21
That is horrible. I was always afraid of something like that when I showed, so I never left my cats alone, if I did go for a potty break, I had someone at the cage or very near it, keeping an eye on my cat(s), and I also used cage locks.

I really, really hope they recover their Ophelia soon.
post #7 of 21
why can't they get their own cats?? there are so many stray cats that need a good family!!
post #8 of 21
OMG what is next? Not only do we have to worry about people kidnapping our kids, but now we have to worry about our cats?
post #9 of 21
What a sick sick crime. That woman just HAD to have THAT cat?? I don't get it. {{{{vibes}}}} to get that poor kitty home safe and away from that sick person.
post #10 of 21
I've heard of this type of thing - not only catnapping but, sabotage. Whenever I've gone to a cat show, I've seen numerous cats in Plexiglass cages with special locks, due to poisonings and noxious substances being sprayed on the cats. How can people who claim to love cats, DO such things?
post #11 of 21
It is sick! I can't imagine why someone would do that....grrrrr....Hissy, is there a way to know if this kitty will return home? I mean, how can we follow up on it? Thanks!
post #12 of 21
It's not only sick, it's sad. Some of my friends suggested that I show Simba, my Bengal, but after reading that story I never will. If someone took him from me, they'd be taking my baby.
post #13 of 21
Pathetic and sick. To take a cat is like taking someones child. There'd be no prosecution big enough to punish some sicko like that. I hope she comes home safely..
post #14 of 21
That's frightening. And doesn't make too much sense - if the cat was stolen for breeding or show purposes, wouldn't that be awfully difficult without the cat's papers?
post #15 of 21
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Originally posted by jcat
That's frightening. And doesn't make too much sense - if the cat was stolen for breeding or show purposes, wouldn't that be awfully difficult without the cat's papers?
They would Back Yard Breed.

At cat shows I show at we can't lock our cats up.. I personally think that's pathetic!! Oh well, I think the cat gets returned, that's a horrid thing to happen.
post #16 of 21
Thread Starter 
I was wondering how she managed it? There are so many people around and she just walked out carrying a cat? Aren't there people at the door checking to be sure the cat belongs to the person holding it? Or did she stuff it in her bag, and if she did that how did it stay so calm while she scurried out? I will try and keep on top of this and let you know if and when recovery is made. How very sad it all is-
post #17 of 21
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Originally posted by hissy
I was wondering how she managed it? There are so many people around and she just walked out carrying a cat? Aren't there people at the door checking to be sure the cat belongs to the person holding it? Or did she stuff it in her bag, and if she did that how did it stay so calm while she scurried out? I will try and keep on top of this and let you know if and when recovery is made. How very sad it all is-
From someone that shows cats speaking, this would be VERY hard. A middle aged woman running out the door (even if she had the cat in a bag) would look very suspicious. I was thinking about that to Mary Anne, although my cats are very calm I know for one they wouldn't want to remain calm LOCKED in a bag!! Gees I hope it gets return SOON!
post #18 of 21

That is so sad!!! As I was reasding through these posts, I thought of something, maybe that woman temperarily put the cat to sleep, so that she could carry it out.
Poor owners, I sure hope she gets returned soon.

I was thinking about something, if the person who stole the cat returns her, is the police going to fine her??? If not, she could steal another cat...
post #19 of 21
Most of the time at a cat show they also sell kittens and older cats too . So she may even had a carrier and walked right out and nobody would stop her thinking she bought a cat .And that is easy to do as we can see .

They need to change that part Sam where you can loock a cat in a cage for save keep .
post #20 of 21
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Originally posted by hissy
I was wondering how she managed it? There are so many people around and she just walked out carrying a cat? Aren't there people at the door checking to be sure the cat belongs to the person holding it? Or did she stuff it in her bag, and if she did that how did it stay so calm while she scurried out? I will try and keep on top of this and let you know if and when recovery is made. How very sad it all is-
Maybe she had an empty travel case, put the cat in and walked out calmly like it was her own cat and managed to get that way past the people in the doors.
post #21 of 21
Heidi, sorry, after I hit "post reply" I realized that I had somehow missed you post, and kindof said the same thing...
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