Residents purr-turbed over cat's ouster from police force

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Post by NHGF [Feed] » Thu Aug 15, 2019 7:20 pm

Associated Press MOCKSVILLE, N.C. — A North Carolina police department is evicting its pet cat named Sgt. Butters, and some residents are mounting a campaign to bring him back. The Winston-Salem Journal reports the Mocksville Police Department's resident feline needed a new home after concerns were raised about a pregnant woman who worked in the building and said she couldn't be around cats. Officers had rescued the cat last year after it was seen hanging around the department. A Save Sarge Butters Facebook page had nearly 600 members by Thursday afternoon. Sgt. Butters has been credited with helping to restore the department's tarnished image after a jury awarded $4.1 million in damages to three former officers who said two town officials fired them in 2011 for reporting allegations of corruptions to state officials. Sweet dreams twitter world #sargebutters #mocksvillepd #cats #CatsOfTwitter #catsofinstagram #CatsOnTwitter #kittyzen #sleeping #communitypolicing #therapycat pic.twitter.com/wxeTkWvihW — Mocksville Police Department (@MocksvilleD) August 14, 2019



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