Japan's new police cat will take down any purrfect crime

1:00 PM on 05.14.2012 // Salvador GRodiles
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Criminals beware, there is a new crime fighter in town. Say hello to officer Lemon aka the first cat to ever become a police officer in Japan. At the age of two weeks, Lemon has become a great asset in the fight against crime in Kyoto. 

Prior to joining the police force, Lemon was a stray that wandered the streets of Kyoto, Japan. Until one day, Lemon was found and made an honorary member of the Yoro Station. Ever since that day, Lemon has brightened the lives of the people that work at the station.

Just like any other officer, Lemon wears his own uniform when he is on duty. As a true believer of justice, Lemon cannot stand jailbirds -- now you know the truth behind those claw marks on the bodies of prisoners. 

Besides keeping the workers happy, Lemon travels with other officers when they are investigating situations that involve suspicious phone calls. Because of Lemon's contribution, the victims feel more at ease. This comes to show you that sometimes the key to taking down crime is to have a cute feline on reserve for any kind of crisis. You are a hero to all cats everywhere, Lemon. Keep up the good work! 

[Inventor Spot via News On Japan]


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