Moggie captured on camera with newspaper it stole in its mouth

Cat burglar! Moggie caught stealing newspaper from neighbour’s home

  • Max’s owner Jade Jefferies was puzzled to find newspapers on her doorstep
  • He was filmed walking away from his neighbour’s home with the newspaper
  • He then hops over a fence and heads back to his home with the newspaper 

This is the moment a cheeky cat was captured on camera stealing its neighbour’s newspaper.

Max’s owner Jade Jefferies had been left baffled after coming home on numerous occasions to find a copy of the local newspaper on her doorstep with teeth-marks on it. 

In a clip published on Newsflare, ten-year-old Max is seen proudly walking away from his neighbour’s home with newspaper in its mouth.

Max’s owner Jade Jefferies’ had been left baffled after coming home on numerous occasions to find a copy of the local newspaper on her doorstep with teethmarks on it. In a clip published on Newsflare, 10-year-old Max is seen proudly walking away from his neighbour’s home with newspaper in its mouth.

The cheeky moggie walks up to a fence still holding the newspaper in its mouth and hops over it


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The 10-year-old  then heads towards his home

He then hops over a fence and heads towards his home in Wainuiomata, New Zealand.  

‘I always thought it was one of my cats by the teeth marks in the paper but last night we got video evidence,’ Max’s owner said.  

It is not known why Max has such an appetite for newspapers but Jade has her theory.

She told Newshub that he spends a lot of time outside after living wild in the early part of his life.  

She said: ‘We got him from a pet shop that closed down, but the kittens were found in a boot so when we got him he was pretty much wild.

‘I spent a good two weeks in my bedroom sitting with him, trying to get him used to people and stuff ’cause he was pretty much feral.  

A post about Max’s crime spree was posted on the Your Cats Of Auckland Facebook group along with stills of the footage.

It also contains a screengrab of a post from an undentified person who complains that their newspaper has been stolen. 

The post says: ‘to the person/s who stole our hutt news please bring it back, there is now way it fall out. I saw it there this morning and now its gone.  

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