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Catnip Cartel Allegedly Hacks Into Online Pet Store Website
Authorities believe that Tiny Melendez, the leader of the Blanco catnip cartel, is behind a recent hacking scheme that rerouted delivery of thousands of pounds of catnip bound for a national pet store chain. The catnip went missing last week.
The nip, which had a street value of $500,000, fell off the grid at the port of Veracruz. It never made it into the United States.
It appears, according to the FBI, that the Blanco cartel may have hacked into the shipping company’s computers and altered the tracking information for the shipment. By the time the catnip was stolen from the port, there was no longer any digital record that it had ever even been there.
“This is high-tech, sophisticated stuff,” said FBI investigator Bo Lambert. “We suspect Blanco because computer theft has been their M.O. in the past, and cartel leader Tiny received training at M.I.T.”
Kitten Twins Go Everywhere Together
Max and Snowflake have been inseparable since birth. Sure, they’re from the same litter, but they seem to share an extra special bond.
“They play together, climb the stairs together, sleep together, even poop together,” says Jon Eisenhower, a source close to the situation.
So far, their attachment hasn’t been a problem socially, but it remains to be seen what will happen next year when they attend school with two different teachers.
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Cat Duo Elevates Snuggling to an Art Form
An unnamed brother and sister cat duo from Japan have released a video that has set the snuggling world on fire. Experts are saying this might be the best snuggling demonstration in history.
“This is snuggling in its purest form,” said Ramon Wilson, a snuggling expert from Fordham University. “They are showing a mastery of the craft that is beyond anything I’ve seen. This is easily the best 21 seconds of snuggles on YouTube.”
The video, which has now been viewed over 9,000 times, is starting to make its way around academic circles.
“I’m already figuring out how to rearrange my syllabus so I can teach this in class,” said Amy Carrozzi, who teaches advanced snuggling at Radcliffe College. “Snugglers like this come along once in a generation. If you’re lucky.”
Though attempts have been made to identify the two cats in the video, no one has yet been able to successfully track them down.
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Chloe, submitted by Hope Dixon Clinard.