The initiative was announced on Facebook where the Muncie Police Department posted video inviting offenders to bring cat food or kitty litter to City Hall. (Muncie Police Department via Facebook)
Indiana police have instituted a stop-and-frisky policy.
Cops in the 70,000-person central Indiana city of Muncie raised money for an area animal shelter by allowing motorists to pay their parking tickets with cat food.
The initiative was announced on Facebook where the Muncie Police Department posted video inviting offenders to bring cat food or kitty litter to City Hall. The food would then find its way to a shelter that houses 350 cats, half of which are kittens. Police also offered to pick up donations from the homes of residents who couldn’t deliver it themselves.
The campaign ran from July 15 to 19 and, according to the police department’s twitter feed, saw some Hoosiers bring in donations even though they had no outstanding tickets.
While cops were willing to “write off” tickets for people who donated food or litter, the offer didn’t extend to motorists fined for parking in handicap spaces.
Animal services workers called spring “kitten season” in the Facebook announcement, where they also solicited donations for cat carriers, bedding and most anything feline-related.
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