‘You know what, we’ll take her’: Bryant police foster kitten named Cad

BRYANT, Ark. — Today is a great day because today is the day the world met Cad, the newest Bryant police “pawfficer.” 

Cad is a female kitten who at only 14 weeks old, captured the hearts of the station after a former employee started fostering Cad’s brother. The sibling kittens were both in “rough shape,” Sargeant Todd Crowson said.

cad on printer

cad on printer

Bryant Police Department

Once the department found out the female kitten was in need of a home, Sgt. Crowson said they decided, “you know what, we’ll take the sister.”

Officers and staff believe having Cad around won’t only help her by having a place to stay, but when the job gets stressful, they’ll have her to calm them down.

Cad, who is named after an operating system used at the department, has her home in the dispatch area, where she has a bed. 

pic of cad bryant pd cat

pic of cad bryant pd cat

Bryant Police Department

Once she gets a little bigger, the Bryant Police Department plan on adopting her so he can be an official member of the family.

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