Nonbinary Brockton Resident Attempts To Break Into Neighbor’s House And Steal Cat After Misidentifying Cat In Window, Refusing To Listen To Police


This is Jay Osias from Brockton

Jay appears to be a member of the BLT-123 community, so I do not want to misgender them. Therefore I will be be using gender pronoun “grundle” when referring to Jay moving forward, until I am aware of the appropriate preferred pronouns.

Jay is very well spoken and distrusts the police.

Jay also claims that grundle’s cat was stolen from grundle’s yard and grundle knows where it is located because grundle saw the cat in a neighbor’s window. Grundle claims the cops were of no help to grundle, so grundle’s friend Serena posted on grundle’s behalf in the place you go to when you want really sound advice –

The Brockton Hub. To the surprise of no one it was almost unanimous consent that the next appropriate course of action was to break into this person’s home and steal the cat.

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Turns out Jay did try to break into the house, but was unsuccessful.

Except there’s just one problem – that cat ain’t grundle’s.


Here’s an idea – don’t let your cat roam the streets of Brockton, and get them microchipped and vaccinated.

Especially if you’re on the Brockton Hub whining about other people not doing the same.


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