A stolen kitten that captured the hearts of Waterloo Region has been discovered, is protected, and can make a full restoration.
As native cat rescue company, Pet Patrol, stated on a social media submit, Wednesday, “Crosby’s big adventure has been a whirlwind.”
The submit stated the 10-week old kitten misplaced a little bit of weight, and caught a chilly, however was going for a check-up.
Regional Police despatched out their very own assertion stating they had been instructed by the company the kitten required minimal medical consideration and is anticipated to make a full restoration.
Police stated they had been instructed “a member of the community had contacted [Pet Patrol] and returned the kitten.”
Crosby was allegedly stolen proper out of his crate on the Pet Valu retailer in Waterloo at Weber Street North and Northfield Drive on the night of November 24.
Staff tried to chase the person down however he obtained away.
A 58-year-old Waterloo male was later arrested and charged with theft below $5,000.
Pet Patrol thanked everybody who shared Crosby’s story on their very own socials, handed out flyers, or made a donation.
The company wrote, “We are all relieved and looking forward to seeing Crosby’s bright future.”