Child asks police to hire unusual candidate

Child asks police to hire unusual candidate

Dogs and cats could soon be forced to work together for the good of society, with a UK police station considering its first feline recruit.

Although traditionally the realm of sniffer dogs, officers at Durham police station were alerted to the bias within their team by five-year-old Eliza Adamson-Hopper who wrote to Police Chief Mike Barton asking why they don’t use cats on the force.

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