March 28, 2023 | 7:07pm
Our cat habits professional Stephen Quandt presents a cat that has a really fascinating origin story! We don’t have a lot of information on Bugle’s previous life, however we are intending to help her discover a brand-new lovely life! Stop by Manhattan ACC to satisfy this lovely lady, or use to adopt her on nycacc.app by looking for her name or ID: 167532 #nycacc #boroughbred #sheltercats #nyccats #rescuecats #seniorcats #adoptaseniorcat #nycsubway
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Claw enforcement — to the rescue!
NYPD police officers assisted a feline out of a style catastrophe Sunday after discovering the abandoned cat covered inside a plume boa in a Manhattan train station.
The cat, called Bugle, was strutting down the train tunnel near Lexington and 53rd Avenue with the securely covered headscarf dragging along the ground, authorities said.
The train conductor identified her and stopped the train so authorities might securely eliminate her from the tracks.
“Are you FUR real? Earlier today, @NYPDTransit officers were alerted by @NYCTSubway workers that a cat was found on a catwalk in the tunnel tied up in a feather boa,” the department said.
“Stunned cops & transit workers were able to untie our feline friend & transported it to a @NYCACC for evaluation.”
The amazing feline is up for adoption, Animal Care Centers said.
Other than some medical requirements, the firm said they don’t understand much about Bugle — besides she’s “sweet,” “welcoming” and trendy.