The term Cat Burglar might bring to mind images of a darkly dressed Cary Grant, sneaking into the penthouse suite and dashing away into the night with a million dollars of fine jewelry in tow, but the theft of 18 cats in Forth Worth is far less romantic. It seems that a literal cat burglar snuck into Trinity Park and made off with both the cats and their cages. Double entendre aside, the theft is being taken seriously by the residents of Forth Worth. The pilfered felines weren’t your average neighborhood strays, but were actually part of a long running experiment. Residents of Fort Worth are currently running a fundraiser to hire a private investigator to find out who the Cat Burglar is, and why they struck. The missing cats, who we will refer to as the Trinity Cats, were the guinea pigs in a humane new program designed to help eliminate all those extra kittens by using a Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) method. In a TNR program local stray and feral cats are caught, neutered, and vaccinated, then released, allowing neighborhoods to humanely decrease feral cat populations in urban areas over time. The Trinity Cats were docile and lived in a make-shift camp in Fort Worth’s Trinity Park, and were by all accounts proof of the success of the TNR method, which has already been in place in cities all over the country. If the fundraiser is successful, how would they go about finding the kitties?
A private investigator from International Counterintelligence Services (ICS) told PI Stories that any private investigator working the case would likely start by tracking down the stolen cages. The cats might be impossible to find, but if a PI can find the cages, they find the thief. It seems unlikely that this could be the act of an animal rights protest because the program was helping the cats, giving them safety, shelter, food, and love. Local Fort Worth residents are asking anyone who knows where their cats may be or who took them to please step forward. The fundraiser to help hire a private investigator is being held this Saturday, February 4th. With the clues left at the scene and testimonials from residents and witnesses, will a Private Detective find these furry friends?
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