Generally, we don’t think of animals as criminals. They lack criminal intent, there’s very little point to charging them, and they could never pull off a really cool heist – all of which make them ill-suited for the notion of criminality. However, as one Utah resident found out, your pet is more than capable of landing you on the wrong side of the law.
Kate Anderson lived in the town of Murray, Utah, with her cat Milo, and the two of them seemed to be doing just fine.
Milo had always been a well-behaved cat, and Kate couldn’t imagine anyone considering him a menace, or a cause for concern. She was soon to discover that not everyone shared that opinion.
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