It’s always sweet when animals that don’t have a home, eventually find a loving family that takes them in. For one calico cat in particular, her new family was the Boston Police SWAT Team and they made her feel right at home. They named her SWAT cat and she has called the station her home for the past four years.
While they attempted to lure their unofficial mascot inside, she preferred to stay outdoors. The officers didn’t like to see her outside in the cold so they built her a beautiful cat condo and it looks incredible! SWAT cat definitely deserves it and these officers have a heart of gold.
Four years ago, a stray calico feline showed up at the Boston Police Swat Team headquarters and never left. The officers appropriately named her ‘SWAT cat’ but could never get her to stay inside.
She prefers staying outside; therefore, the officers decided to build her a shelter to protect her from the elements.
But this shelter is more than just an ordinary shelter! It’s a kitty condo custom built just for her and she is going to love it!
The kitten condo was built to ensure she has plenty of space and a warm place to sleep every single night.
Every night, Officer Jamie Pietroski, a 15-year veteran of the Boston Police Department, stayed late after work to build a shelter with lots of room for their unofficial mascot, SWAT cat.
The officers place it outside and they can’t wait to see SWAT cat’s reaction!
According to their website, “Swat Cat moved right in and looks very happy with her new custom kitty accommodations.”
She couldn’t be happier and kudos to the Boston Police SWAT Team for building a warm kitty condo for their lovable SWAT cat.
This is a beautiful dream house for a beautiful calico cat affectionately known as SWAT cat. Please share this sweet kitty condo built by the Boston Police SWAT Team for their unofficial mascot “SWAT cat” with your friends and family.