Feline catnapped from his proprietor’s entrance step — and he or she caught it on video

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OTTAWA – FEBRUARY 9, 2021 – Early Tuesday morning, Sunny, a long haired ginger tabby, was taken from his doorstep by an unknown man driving a black Nissan Versa. Sunny's home is in the Prince of Wales Dr./Hunt Club Rd. area and his people are looking for help in identifying the man in the hope of getting Sunny back home.   Source:    Šalgai Ñoshaq/  Facebook 
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Early Tuesday morning, Sunny, a long-haired ginger tabby, was taken from his doorstep by an unknown man. Photograph by Handout /Šalgai Ñoshaq

The neighbours on Wellesmere Courtroom all know one another. The person doesn’t dwell on their avenue. They’re additionally acquainted with Sunny, who generally makes himself at residence in different individuals’s homes.

Sunny left the home when Noshaq’s kids caught the varsity bus, as he often does. After Noshaq couldn’t discover Sunny, she seemed on the safety video for clues.

The video confirmed a person in a baseball cap carrying a pink coat with darkish sleeves stopping his automobile, getting out and ready for a number of moments, then strolling up the driveway and choosing up Sunny, who apparently put up some resistance at first.

Then, cat in arm, the person sauntered again down the driveway.

“He simply picked him up and shoved him behind the automobile,” mentioned Noshaq.

She hasn’t but advised her kids that Sunny was kidnapped.

“He’s a daily tabby cat. I don’t know what this man’s objective could be.”