Jack The Cat Customs Room
October 27, 2011 by staff
Jack The Cat Customs Room, New York Post, Philip Messing, Colin Campbell and Andy Mixson Jack has long lost the cat, who drew international attention when he disappeared at JFK for more than two months, miraculously emerged alive yesterday after falling through the ceiling tiles inside a room and Border Patrol customized Terminal 8.
“One of our deputy officers saw him and grabbed him, and alerted American Airlines,” said personalized Patrol spokesman Antonio Bucci.
American Airlines warned the nation through his Facebook page that Jack had found – apparently battered, hungry and afraid.
But Jack is not out of the cat litter yet.
Jack Officials sent directly to a veterinarian in Queens, where he is currently in critical condition and a feeding tube, said doctors at the hospital for pets.
“He does not feel well at all, he is quite critical – right now is 50/50,” said Dr. Matthew Cooper, speaking on behalf of primary care physician Jack. “He has a feeding tube, which is receiving fluids intravenously, but the food is most important right now.”
Owner Jack, Karen Pascoe, said he hoped the veterans and remains strong despite the difficult situation.
“Today is so good,” said Pascoe, 43, who enlisted the help of thousands of volunteers when Jack disappeared on August 25 – the day he moved to California. “When the call came, I had literally just adopted a new cat … But he never lost hope. I never lost hope,” he said.
Five-year-old Jack will stay in the hospital over the next few days, while Pascoe and American Airlines about a flight back to New York.
Cooper said he has been diagnosed with fatty liver disease – a disease common in malnourished animals which causes fat to accumulate in the liver – but I hope it will be revealed perfectly healthy.
“I hope we will return home within days. – The key is to get to eat on their own,” said Cooper. “[The disease] is definitely a result of JFK, stress and not eating.”
Until then, Pascoe agents and airline is trying to build Jack terrible stay at the top of the tiles from the roof of Terminal 8, without food, water, or love.
“I had been hiding in the pipes – which had not been eating or drinking for months, so we are watching closely,” said Pascoe.
Jack Pascoe disappeared when he fell down and his brother Barry in the services of luggage for a flight to his new job in California. When he learned of the disappearance of Jack, who lost his original flight to search for him, but was later forced to turn to the West Coast to meet with Barry.
Since then, Jack was more than 16,000 friends on his Facebook page, Twitter account, and the state of the national legend.
Pascoe does not trust your next flight back to California with Jack, but it is changing its tactics at this time.
“He is not flying in charge again!” He said. “He is flying in the seat – probably in the first class – me on the way back. I’m not going to leave out of my sight … I’m sure that American Airlines is ready to put this to bed.”
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