Pet owner sheepishly returns her cat burglar's swag
An embarrassed cat owner is returning items of clothing and toys that her cat has been stealing and bringing home
Pixel, a two-year-old cat burglar, has a penchant for gloves in particular, and has pinched so many that her owner has gathered them into a special plunder box.
Owner Kate Baker, from Hampshire in the UK, said there had been a surge in gloves being brought home by Pixel.
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Mrs Baker posted on the Facebook group Spotted in Andover New to try and reunite the owners with the stolen gloves and other items.
She told PA: "Pixel will always bring us something every night: pine cones, huge carpets of moss, large feathers, blocks of wood – but when sheds are open and kids have toys out, she will go for more exciting things.
"I'd always planned on seeing if I could get them back to their owners, and left them in a pile; when my brother saw how much I'd accumulated he got the plunder box.
"When Pixel has brought us something she's particularly proud of, she has a unique wail of delight and will always leave her gifts on our landing."
Mrs Baker said many of the items had been returned, but Pixel was still on the hunt.
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