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Monday, May 12, 2008

What if....

We came across the following news the other day. This news really shook us!
What could we do if we were kidnapped by a burglar? We don't know how to fight! Our paws are a bit too soft and we can't run fast... How can we escape from them? OK, we know how to drive - in theory, but our feet cannot reach the pedal!
Maybe we should learn karate or something...

Man steals PlayStation, Teddy Bear during burglary
Returned to his grateful owners

By Mark Cavalo, GameRush Entertainment

For a burglar in Waikato, New Zealand, stealing a PlayStation was apparently not enough, as the thief grabbed a teddy bear as well during the theft.
Police spokesman Andrew McAlley said that the 18-year-old man entered a couple’s residence sometime between 8am and 5pm. Asides from stealing the PlayStation, he made off with a hair dryer, some shoes, and a teddy bear.

When the couple arrived home, they noticed some of their belongings placed along a rear fence. When they looked over the fence, the couple was confronted by the burglar, who threatened them with a pitchfork, reported the New Zealand Press Association.

Police were called and had to use pepper spray to subdue the man. The resident of the neighboring property was also arrested for obstruction.

“Meanwhile the teddy bear appeared none the worse for his travels and was returned to his grateful owners,” McAlley said.


ChewMouse said...

That whole story left my paws tremble until I saw that the bear was returned. The only solution is to keep your person in clear sight at all times! I warn us all! Burglars would kidnap any one of us in a heartbeat!

I must make a plan. I'll send it when I think of what to do upon potential kidnapping.

I'm going to have to hit the Velveeta after reading that horrible horrible news story.

Shaky hugs from

Anonymous said...

I think modern day teddy bears in the 21st century should upgrade! Why not get a GPS tracker embedded? That way, teddy will always be safe!