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Cat seen on video ringing owner’s doorbell to be let in

By Mason White 11:38 AM June 3, 2013
Cat rings doorbell 

By: Debbie Gross
(Scroll down for video) A cute cat was seen on video ringing its owner’s doorbell in order to be let inside the home, according to video uploaded to the internet.

However, not all cats publicly announce their arrival. As we reported earlier, some people just don’t like animals at all and will do anything to get rid of them.

A woman called police after she allegedly witnessed two kittens mating in her front yard.

As ridiculous as it seems, is not the only time recently someone called police to report a cat. Several months ago, a Washington state man called police to report a stray cat that had gotten into his backyard. But at least in this case, the man was calling out of the concern for the welfare of the cat, as it was cold outside instead of complaining about its mere presence.

The Wisconsin Rapids Police Department included the truly bizarre call in its public list of calls received. However, there is still no information on how the department responded to the call of the unnamed woman.

And besides, at least one law enforcement officials has said that Wisconsin citizens should not be too dependent on their service, saying that people calling police for life threatening situations might not be the best option after budget cuts have caused delays in response times.
Either way, I doubt that this incident will do in the next installment of the “crimes Cat” series of books.

“If this woman really has a hatred toward cats she should not be calling the police to occupy their time for such things, she should have rather called animal control to take care of her problem. I believe that if she does this again she should be charged with misusing the police system as calling the police should be reserved for true emergencies,” Rusty Beebe, 49, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the strange police call.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view