Jack The Cat Awareness Day JFK

October 27, 2011 by staff 

Jack The Cat Awareness Day JFKJack The Cat Awareness Day JFK, Today is the Day of Awareness cat Jack John F. New York Airport Kennedy. The cat has been missing for more than seven weeks after getting lost in the American Airlines baggage. Although time has passed, fury online for the loss of the cat and the failure of the airline until they recover not.

The “Jack the cat is lost luggage at JFK AA” Facebook page has over 15,000 followers and is updated frequently, sometimes several times a day. And every post that causes dozens, sometimes hundreds, of outraged comments from fans and friendly.

The aim of the event today at the airport is to spread awareness about Jack over 37,000 airport employees.

“You’d be surprised how many people at JFK airport, who are not aware that Jack is gone,” said Bonnie Folz, a lead seekers in a statement. “There are construction workers, shop workers, warehouse workers, garage cleaning, security garage, terminal security and more. Any of them could be the one to see Jack, but be aware that no is. ”

Jack went missing on August 25 when her owner, Karen Pascoe, who traveled from New York to California. He dropped her two cats in kennels baggage services and soon received a call from an American Airlines agent told him that one of her cats was lost and thought he was in the baggage claim area of ??entry.

A Department of Transportation incidents released October 13 pets reveal exactly how Jack was lost. Each of the cats Pascoe was in her own cage, an employee stacked one above the other. The pound fell over and ran away from Jack.

An exhaustive search found nothing, and Jack has been missing ever since. Passionate fans have pledged to give up American Airlines, unless the cat is. The airline has stopped publishing updates on their Facebook page

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