The owner of a curious cat received a bit of a shock when they learned their feline had brought home a bag full of drugs.
The kitty was spotted “curled up” next to the huge stash of what police in England suspect to be “Class A” drugs, including heroin and cocaine.
Avon and Somerset Police said the bag filled with packets of drugs was found in the cat’s bed at a home in St Pauls, Bristol.
The surprised owner has been praised for doing “the right thing” and calling police straight away.
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“Forget police dogs, we should start training up cats”, the force joked Monday on social media with a picture of the drug-filled plastic bag.
“Look what the cat dragged in …literally,” the police wrote on Facebook and Twitter.
“A resident’s cat in St Paul’s brought in this bag during the night! Their owner found the cat curled up next to the bag of what officers suspect could be class A drugs.”
The case of the crime-fighting canine comes after footage surfaced of a dog in Auckland pulling a girl from the ocean swell he thought was drowning.