"A cat is more intelligent than people believe, and can be taught any crime" ~ Mark Twain (1835-1910)The Crime: Teeth marks on the toilet paper with a pile of paper on the floor. Who did this? Two clues...the teeth shreds in the paper and that little purple ball on the floor. Yes, it's Mr. Rhett's purple ball. This is why we keep the door shut; but on this day his natural stealth won out. Oh! Shh! Someone's coming....
The Culprit: Mr. Rhett returns to the scene of his crime; probably looking to grab that purple ball so he may cast suspicion on his sister or one of the two old maids. He didn't count on getting caught!
The Getaway: He sees the red focus light of the camera, he whirls around and takes off. This cat criminal is faster than a speeding human, able to hit that cat door and slide through with a single bound and become invisible behind that cat tree. What are we going to do with you, Rhett?
With your criminal record are you sure you will be welcome on board Friday's Ark or at the Carnival of the Cats this week? The carnival is hosted by The House of (Mostly) Black Cats. You need to straighten up your act!
(Cat Criminal Caught, Case Closed)