You won’t believe who is guilty for ginger cats being stolen in Britain…

The launch of a new brand A recent Hollywood film has been blamed for an increase in thefts – people are taking other people’s orange cats!

Pet owners all around the UK have reported their cats missing, claiming it is due to the release of the film “A Street Cat Named Bob.”

Two ginger cats have gone missing from the same road in Exeter, Devon, just seven doors apart, with their owners assuming the movie released on November 4 is to blame.

Since the film’s release, more ginger cats have vanished across the UK, notably in Bedfordshire, Surbiton, and Bristol.

The film stars James Bowen, a homeless and recovering heroin addict whose life is radically transformed by a stray ginger tomcat named “Bob.” It is based on the international bestseller novel of the same name.

Suspicion was aroused after a cat named Willsy went missing in Exeter, Devon, and was quickly followed by another feline named Zebedee.

Margaret Haydon, 74, of Devon, said her sister’s cat Willsy went missing on October 30 – and she believes the movie is to blame.

“It’s pretty strange that both cats went missing within such a short period of time,” she said.

“Perhaps I’m being pessimistic, but it just seems odd that the movie A Street Cat Named Bob recently came out in theaters, and now ginger cats are disappearing.”

“First, my sister’s cat went missing, and then about a week later her neighbor’s cat, who looks precisely like Willsy, vanished,” Mrs. Haydon continued.

“I’ve been looking for the cats, but yet nothing has turned up. They are both attractive, friendly, and like to mingle with others.”

“So far, no dead cats have been discovered. I’m hoping they’ll be returned safely.”

The owner of Zebedee, who went missing one night on November 7, said it was absolutely out of character for him to not return home, and that the thefts could be linked to the film.

“Our cat has never wandered off before,” said owner Alistair Brown. “We’re convinced he was kidnapped. He vanished in the middle of the night and has not been seen since.”

It could very well be related to the film. The timing is clearly suspicious.

“We really feel it is not a coincidence that this has occurred twice in the same street at the same time.”

Since the release of the film, a number of other missing ginger cats have been reported from all throughout the United Kingdom.

A one-year-old male ginger shorthaired cat named Tiger, who vanished from his home in Bedforshire only this week, is one of them.

Jinx, a two-year-old ginger cat with a slender, pale appearance, has also vanished from his Surbiton home.

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