New York’s famous Bodega cat disappeared after being put to sleep in broad daylight

A friendly storefront feline has disappeared after taking a nap in broad daylight.

Boka, a Russian Blue kitten who hung out at Green Olives Deli & Grill in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood, was swept off the sidewalk after leaving the store on July 29, Brooklyn Paper reported.

Abdulmajeed Albahri, owner of the bodega Boka called home, told the New York Post he was scared because the kidnapper didn’t “look like someone who cares about cats.”

Albahri originally thought Boka got lost or visited a nearby feline friend, but later checked security footage.

“The cat was so special…when the cat is there, it brings the store to life,” Albahri told the newspaper.

No arrests have been made and an investigation is still ongoing, the New York Police Department told the Post.

Albahri described Boka as her “whole world” on Instagram.

“I wish Boka comes back soon,” he wrote.

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