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Topic - Porsha Evans
A woman charged with stealing an 8-week-old kitten from a Washington Humane Society adoption center told police she was taking the feline for her kids, according to court documents.
Ms. Evans told police the man was not involved in the theft and didn't know she had taken the kitten until they returned home.
"I'll be honest, I wanted the cat. I had to turn in my dog and my daughters wanted another pet," Porsha Evans is quoted as telling the officers in documents filed in D.C. Superior Court.