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Cat cafe burglarized in Birmingham

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BrooklynGuy

Cat cafe burglarized in Alabama, and the cats did what cats do: absolutely nothing

A beloved cat cafe was burglarized Saturday in Birmingham, Alabama, and the cats did exactly what you’d expect a bunch of cats to do: They sat and watched. “All the kitties were hiding,” the Gatos and Beans cafe said in a Facebook post. “They had a very rough night.” As many as a dozen felines were inside Alabama’s first cat cafe at the time of the crime, with names like Velvet and Miss Tilly. None broke a nail during the ordeal, but were stressed out and needed a “snuggle” in the days that followed, the shop posted on Facebook.

Read more: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/article235986393.html

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Gwynbleidd
3 minutes ago, BrooklynGuy said:

Cat cafe burglarized in Alabama, and the cats did what cats do: absolutely nothing

Awww.....that's a bit of a catty remark :P 

Poor little pussies would've gotten a big fright I'd imagine. 

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acute

I would expect cats to be on the menu in a "Cat Cafe".

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Scholar4Truth

The place must of been the Cat's Meow :D 

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'Walt' E. Kurtz

I have heard that a cat once attacked a burglar who ran away. :-) otherwise i bet some of the felines was just ignoring the burglar and didn't give a monkey. :-) 

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