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Stolen Bengal Cats Arrive Home

The three missing Bengal cats, which were stolen from the farm Nátthagi in Ölfus, South Iceland, last week have returned home. The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police found the thief and collected the cats from a house in Reykjavík last night.

The cats’ owner, Ólafur Sturla Njálsson, said the cats were unharmed but rather irritated, particularly the female cats. The cats are unlikely to have eaten much during the past days, ruv.is reports.

The fourth missing cat, Kiss Me, was found by Ólafur two days later.

As reported, the person or persons responsible for the theft appear to have gotten their car stuck in the snow in the farm’s driveway because clothing, trousers and a bra, had been left behind, likely used for driving over for loosening the car.

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