This morning a different deputy was about to begin his tour of duty in a squad car that was parked four stalls away from the original squad. This deputy then heard a familiar sound. You guessed it. The cat simply relocated to another squad car.
That squad was then brought into our facility and a collaborative effort was made to safely extricate the cat. What we found out is this cat is actually a kitten.
Although it is apparent the kitty would like to join our department, we think the relationship could create a hostile work environment with “Ryker” our K9.
If you know of anyone missing this kitty, please contact the Washington County Humane Society.