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Frankie the feline exposed as the cat burglar stealing toys from his neighbors' homes
A real-life cat burglar has left his owner feeling less than purr-fect - by swiping dozens of cuddly toys from nearby homes.
Frankie the tom cat has got his claws into 35 teddies and soft toys in the last year.
Julie Bishop believes the two-year-old feline is sneaking into her neighbors' homes.
He drags each one of his finds through the catflap before depositing them on the same spot in the living room.
Julie: 'Frankie looks very pleased with himself when he comes in with these presents.
'He's been going out of the house and coming back with all these toys for pretty much as long as he's been allowed out.
'They're all soft toys for cats I think. About 15 of them are all the same leopard. He doesn't really play with them. He dumps them down and goes out looking for something else.'
In the past year alone Frankie's haul has included teddy bears, leopards and a giant squeaky beefburger.
Now Julie has plastered her home town of Swindon with posters to try and trace the rightful owners.
Look what I've found: Frankie has returned home with 15 toy leopards in the last year.
Two weeks ago Frankie stole two green witch's heads, which must have come from a recent Halloween party.
He has also swiped a range of old socks, nappy sacks, half-eaten beefburgers and chips - as well as the traditional dead mice and birds.
Originally published in TheDailyMail.
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