Jack The Cat Found At JFK Airport
October 27, 2011 by staff
Jack The Cat Found At JFK Airport, Jack the cat has been found in the JFK International Airport. After a two-month search for the cat, who was lost at JFK, Jack the cat was found alive Tuesday night and taken immediately to a veterinarian in Queens. He is in critical condition.
“He does not feel well at all,” said Dr. Matthew Cooper, the New York Post. “He has a feeding tube, which is receiving fluids intravenously, but the food is most important right now.”
American Airlines announced on his Facebook page that Jack had been found, to the delight of the owners Karen Pascoe. According to the Post, Jack fell through the ceiling tiles collapsed in a room and custom Border Patrol in Terminal 8.
“One of our deputy officers saw him, took him and alerted American Airlines,” said personalized Patrol spokesman Antonio Bucci.
Now, attention is directed to your health. According to the Post, five years old, Jack will remain on the veterinary care for the next few days at least. Cooper said that veterinarians diagnosed Jack with fatty liver disease, which is common among malnourished animals – causes fat to accumulate in the liver, and its just plain not-to-all suggest the name of a doctor.
Everyone is hoping for a quick and full recovery.
“Today is so good,” said Pascoe, 43, according to the Post. “When the call came, I had literally just adopted a new cat.” Oh yeah?
“But I never lost hope. I never lost hope,” said Pascoe.
Cooper said: “I hope we will come home in a few days The key is to get to eat on their own [fatty liver disease] is undoubtedly a result of his 61 days at JFK, stress and not eating … ”
Jack was lost on August 25, the day Pascoe moved to California. Then became a LOLcat – um, “lost baggage?”
Meanwhile, Pascoe created a page on Facebook when he thought JFK was not doing everything we can to find her lost cat. Called “Jack The Cat lost luggage at JFK AA”, which has won more than 18,000 “likes”.
On Wednesday, the main draw was the Facebook page of Jack and displays the words, “Jack is Back!”
The next flight Pascoe and Jack will be safer.
“He is not flying in charge again!” she told the Post. “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.”.
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