Nov. 3 (UPI)– A Philadelphia household has the World Series to thank for the safe return of their cat after the animal was discovered on the train tracks.
The Philadelphia Animal Well-being Society stated the cat, called Edgar, got away from a provider Sunday night at the train platform at second and Market Streets.
PAWS stated a Southeastern Pennsylvania Transport Authority on responsibility in the location found Edgar on the tracks Monday. The group stated the staff member would not usually have actually been operating in the location, however was on unique responsibility for the World Series.
” You may state it’s a Philadelphia Phillies Wonder,” PAWS stated in a Facebook post.
Another SEPTA employee had the ability to reach Edgar on the tracks and turn him over to PAWS rescuers.
” If it wasn’t for the World Series, Edgar might be in a lot more threat than he is right now,” Laura Foley of PAWS informed NBC Philadelphia. “He’s lastly house.”
Edgar was reunited with his household.