A stray cat wandered into an upper Manhattan police station and stole the officers' hearts.
The 34th precinct in Washington Heights tweeted: "This cat walked into the 34 Pct today. Officer Andrea DiNella would like to know if anyone is missing him #uptown."
"He looks like he came from someone's house. He was very clean, his paws were not long, he had a great disposition, didn't bite. Very friendly," Officer Andrea DiNella told NBC 4 New York.
She named the cat Frankie. When no one came to claim the cat, she took him to a local rescue group, Adore-a-Bullie Paws and Claws, that will help Frankie find a new forever home.
"Everybody loved him. We didn't want to see him go," said DiNella.
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A stray cat wandered into a police station in Manhattan and stole the officers' hearts.
He walked into the office station and didn't want to leave.
They named him Frankie and posted a tweet to help him look for his humans.
No one came to claim the cat, so they found a local rescue group that promised to help Frankie to find a forever loving home. "Everybody loved him. We didn't want to see him go," said officer DiNella.
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