Seven people suspected it was Caster. Poor Caster… he always seems to get blamed. It could have something to do with the fact that he usually is the culprit. HOWEVER — he was innocent this time.
Three people suspected Sampson. Not a bad guess. He was guilty of the most recent crime, The Bread Heist. This time though? Innocent.
Only one person suspected Delilah might be responsible for stealing all of the treats. Delilah is pretty sneaky, and she does love food (okay, what cat doesn’t love food?!). But she did not commit this crime!
No one liked Sophie for the crime. No surprise there…. her wobbliness dramatically impedes her ability to be stealthy, and she certainly can’t jump up on the counter. But perhaps it is all a ruse! Cerebellar hypoplasia — a likely cover story for a treat thief! Nope, sorry, folks. She really is wobbly. And innocent of this crime.
Some poor unsuspecting mouse was blamed THREE times for stealing the treats. I have to say, if there was a mouse in the house, he would probably meet the same fate as the missing treats. So no… no mouse involved here.
Various other kitties and woofies were also suspected, and we looked into each one. However, we concluded that they are all innocent. Of this crime, at least.
That only leaves one more suspect….
The other kitties are outraged.
Sassy? She couldn’t care less. She is actually planning her next treat theft as we speak.
We’ve created this badge for those who correctly solve a KCC Mystery. Dawn Rae and Caren & Cody, we hope you will wear the badge proudly! Any of our other furiends who have solved a past mystery, feel free to take the badge as well!
From now until February 14th, 100% of the proceeds made from any bow tie and flower sales will be donated to Catwork in support of the “Real-Life FIV” project they are working on. You can read more about the project in our blog post from last week. The bow ties and flowers make super cute accessories for your pet. If your pet does not wear a collar or would not like wearing one, you can always purchase one for an animal at your local shelter. Who knows — they may help attract the attention of a potential adopter!
Please help us spread the word about FIV and to raise awareness for this misunderstood disease!