Cat found at Catoosa drug bust tests positive for meth

CATOOSA — A cat that was rescued from a home where deputies found multiple one-pot meth labs last week has tested positive for the drug, officials said Tuesday.

BY JERRY WOFFORD - Tulsa World Modified: April 25, 2012 at 6:59 am •  Published: April 25, 2012
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CATOOSA — A cat that was rescued from a home where deputies found multiple one-pot meth labs last week has tested positive for the drug, officials said Tuesday.

The cat was taken by Catoosa Animal Control officers after the drug bust because he was in such poor condition, said Wagoner County Sheriff’s Maj. Gary Handley.

Sheriff’s deputies and Catoosa police officers executed a search warrant April 15 at a home in the 19500 block of East First Place.

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