A Florida cat is in deep water after she accidentally caused $5,000 worth of damage to the shelter she lives in.
While it’s unknown who the culprit behind the atrocity is, the leads have been narrowed down to a single room of suspects. All the potential offenders in question live together in a single cat room in the Florida Humane Society in Pompano Beach.
First, the employees thought the major flooding had been caused by a pipe that burst, but it wasn’t until further inspection that they saw it was one of their own.
The shelter is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, which may explain why it took so long for the running sink to be noticed. The faucet ran for 17 hours before somebody came in and found the damage around 7am Thursday morning.
The only part of the building affected is the side that houses the cats, according to WPLG, and the running sink was located in one of the cat rooms.
During the flooding, the cats were safely elevated in their beds, away from the water, But several cats will need to be moved out of the shelter while the building is renovated.
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