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VIDEO: Cat Napper Caught on CCTV

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6:07am 10th January 2013

Police and the RSPCA are searching for a mystery mum, caught on CCTV stealing a cute kitten from a pet shop.

In the video she is seen grabbing the eight week old off her children, and then roughly dumping it in her bag.

The timid black and white kitten, named Little Boy, was not even for sale. The pet shop owner was looking after him for a friend who is on holiday.

It happened in Roath, Cardiff around 11am last Saturday.

A reward has been put up for information leading to the animal's safe return.

Police say they are checking the CCTV and are asking anyone who was in the shop at the time to come forward.

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6:07am 10th January 2013

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