[UPDATE BELOW] The pet bobcat who has repeatedly broken free of his Stafford, NJ home is prowling the streets again. Animal control officers have set up humane traps to catch the 38-pound hybrid cat.

This is the fourth time this year that Rocky, who is declawed, has gotten loose. Rocky's owner Ginny Fine has been fined in the past, and has also agreed to turn over Rocky to a local zoo if he escapes again. The Asbury Park Press reports, "In court on Sept. 12, Fine told [Municipal Court Judge Damian ] Murray she had made extensive improvements to Rocky's enclosure to prevent him from getting loose again."

At any rate, animal control officers are telling the public to call the police department (609-597-8581) if they spot Rocky.

Update 10/22: Relax everybody, Rocky was caught this morning "in a humane trap" after animal control officials found him in a wooded area in New Jersey.