Rescued kitten cons police officer for free cuddles and a home!
Officer Cardin of the Lakeland Police Department (LPD) was on his night shift when he found the homeless kitten hiding at the base of a lamppost.
"It was early in the shift so he brought her in, outfitted a records box and put her safely inside the kennel at the station," LakelandPD said on Facebook.
"He didn't want her to be alone all night, so he scooped her up and kept her with him throughout the shift. She seemed to take to her new role as partner to Sgt Wallace, however, she did fall asleep her first night on the job."
Well, Sgt Wallace didn’t stand a chance. Even police officers are no match for kittens!
"She now has a new home with her partner Sgt. Wallace. Congratulations to little feline officer Kelsey on her new loving home."
Sergent Wallace has named the kitten Kesley and she’s now living the life of a happy house cat.
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