Angry Ex-Shelter Worker Accused of Stealing 33 Cats

There are a lot of disgruntled workers who do strange things. They’re unhappy with the way things were going at work and they want some sort of revenge, or to prove some kind of point. But when this disgruntled worker left their place of employment, there was a bit of a shock as to what they did in retaliation for her unhappiness with her previous employer.

In Warwick, RI, an employee left her job at a Rhode Island animal care clinic and shelter and when she did, she did the unthinkable. She returned to the shelter after having been released, breaking in, and took 33 cats. Her form of retaliation for losing her job was to steal cats, and not just a couple, but 33 of them.

The shelter that reported the incident was the PAAWS Rhode Island shelter, and they reported it to the local police, who are now investigating the incident. The shelter has said that they have no information as to where the cats are, nor do they have any information on the condition on any of them.

Hopefully answers will be found out soon to all of the questions, and the cats will be safely returned to the shelter, safe and sound.


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