Five-year-old girl sends letter requesting police cats, gets the cutest reply

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UNITED KINGDOM — Police could soon introduce the United Kingdom’s first police cat following a five-year-old’s letter.

That was the suggestion Eliza Adamson-Hopper posed to the Durham Constabulary, who made a case for the use of crime-fighting felines, according to Mashable.

Here is the girl’s letter in full:

IMAGE: TWITTER/@TOMMYWILKINSON
IMAGE: TWITTER/@TOMMYWILKINSON

Chief Constable Michael Barton agreed — he sent the girl the following reply, promising her that her suggestion would be considered.

IMAGE: TWITTER/@TOMMYWILKINSON
IMAGE: TWITTER/@TOMMYWILKINSON

Police confirmed to Mashable the letters did come from Barton.

 

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