26-pound cat finds new home thanks to Minneapolis police

Hatfield the cat. Photo: City of Minneapolis
Hatfield the cat.

Updated: January 27, 2020 05:05 PM

A 26-pound cat has found a new home thanks to Minneapolis police. 

According to a social media post from the city, officers came across Hatfield the cat while executing a search warrant. 


The city said the feline's owner could no longer take care of him and surrendered him to Minneapolis Animal Care and Control. 

After being taken into city custody, Hatfield was adopted quickly. 

According to the City of Minneapolis, Hatfiled loves lasagna and naps, hates Mondays and is excessively sarcastic. 

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