Did Elderly woman trained 65 cats to steal valuables

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Several victims reported being visited by Ms. Gregson’s cats before noticing the disappearance of several shiny objects, like valuable cutlery and pieces of jewelry.

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Several victims reported being visited by Ms. Gregson’s cats before noticing the disappearance of several shiny objects, like valuable cutlery and pieces of jewelry.

Despite their skepticism, investigators began a surveillance operation and were amazed by what they discovered.

According to Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs,  dozens of cats were constantly coming and going, bringing home “anything that shined”.

“She was like Fagin in Oliver Twist, but she was using cats as thieves instead of children. In less than three hours of surveillance, the detectives saw the cats bring home more than a hundred objects.”

“She would only feed the animals if they brought home valuables, so the animals had to steal every day in order to survive. Most were voluntarily malnurished so they would easily gain the neighbors’ pity and be allowed inside their houses.”  

In 2009, a surveillance that caught a monkey stealing hundreds of dollars worth of plants from a Texas nursery.

Viral Message Verification –   Recently on 3rd Nov, the fake news web site World News Daily Report posted a story reporting that several victims reported being visited by Ms. Gregson’s cats before noticing the disappearance of several shiny objects, like valuable cutlery and pieces of jewelry.

It is claimed by many people who own a cat that they could not even train one, it is really tough to train as they act on their own, and then 65 is a quite big number to be trained by a single women, of the infamously defiant companion animals to do anything — let alone carry out coordinated burglary campaigns.

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