Cat leaves a very bizarre 'kill' on front doorstep
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You've heard of drug sniffing dogs ... but what about cats?
A cat in New Zealand reportedly brought home a bag of marijuana and left it on its owner's doorstep.
The cat's owner handed the little gift over to police. Imagine explaining that to authorities.
There were approximately five grams with an estimated value of $130 and police plan to check the bag for fingerprints.
The news comes just after another heroic cat tale.
Last week a little boy was saved from a vicious dog attack when his cat came running to his defense and chased the dog away.
After that, you may need this dose of cute -- unlikely animal BFFs!
Unlikely best animal friends
The animals usually hang out with their own species. But recently, zoo keepers at Busch Gardens noticed the unlikely pair that just can't seem to get enough of one another.
The tiger and orangutan babies, which would never be together in the wild, have become inseparable playmates after they were abandoned by their mothers.
A farm worker holds a piglet and two of the three tiger cubs abandoned by their mother.
The odd couple got together when Kenya Wildlife Service rangers rescued the baby hippo in the sea off Malindi after the Asian tsumani reached the Kenyan shore and separated the calf from its mother.
Mildred, a mallard duck became the foster mother of these kittens abandoned by their mother, even sleeping with them in this basket.
The baby kitten sits on the Beagle's back trying to get his attention.
The three play at Noah Ark Rehabilitation Centre after their rescue in 2001.
They go for walks together and play together until they fall asleep on the sofa together.