He's in trouble meow.
Florida man James Lawlor is accused of stealing $342 worth of cat food from a Clearwater Walmart, WTSP reported. Walmart staff apprehended Lawlor after they say he filled a shopping cart with the food, then walked to his car.
Lawlor allegedly told cops that he's done this before, and that he "hustles" the kitty chow -- stealing it so he can sell it other people.
Police noted that Lawlor said one of his customers was a friend with 300 cats. As the Chicago Sun-Times points out, "That’s enough to fill up the family section (101) at Wrigley Field — and have 120 or so cats still looking for a seat."
Lawlor was charged with one count of grand theft.
Stealing cat food isn't always criminal. For instance, when a raccoon does it, it's downright adorable.