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SCP-XXXX Photographed by ████

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: The whereabouts of SCP-XXXX are currently unknown. Encounters with the subject should be immediately reported to Foundation military command. Observers should not approach the subject. Mobile Task Force Tau-5 "Samsara" is to be dispatched immediately upon sighting of the subject, and is cleared to take all necessary measures to ensure its successful containment.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a black house cat of the species Felis catus. Subject is extremely hostile and has repeatedly escaped containment, showing extreme strength, agility, speed, and stealth. The complete extent of the subject's anomalous properties is not currently known. Responding agents should treat the subject with extreme caution, as it has been responsible for the deaths of over ███ personnel.

Subject came to foundation attention during the Second World War, when German Schutzstaffel units were blamed for a number of gruesome murders in and around the city of ████, Poland, during occupation of the town. Further analysis of the corpses discovered showed signs of [DATA EXPUNGED], absolving the SS units of blame. Foundation operatives within the Polish Resistance identified an anomalous source for the killings, and began investigations into the whereabouts of the perpetrator

In 1944, the subject was successfully apprehended by the Foundation following a major coalition effort between the United States Army, Red Army, and [REDACTED]. Subject went on trial for war crimes in 1946, but the sudden and unexpected deaths of the entire prosecution allowed it to escape. Subject has not been confirmed as sighted since, except for a brief reappearance in Argentina in 19██. Multiple unconfirmed sightings have been reported, mostly in Argentina and southern Chile.

SCP-XXXX is known to have perpetrated the Mỹ Lai Massacre, the No Gun Ri massacre, the Son Thang massacre, the 1971 Bangladesh genocide, the Halabja poison gas attack, and the Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse incidents. These incidents have been blamed on the United States and a number of other state actors to prevent discovery of SCP-XXXX.