You could adopt the kittens who shut down the New York subway
The mischievous kitties who shut down a stretch of the B and Q lines in Brooklyn yesterday were finally captured, hours after MTA officials turned the third rail back on and started the trains running again. And they could soon be available to destroy productivity at your house too!
The kittens are currently at a Brooklyn shelter, where they’ve been named August and Arthur. If whoever let them run into the subway tracks doesn’t show up and claim them in the next three days, they’ll be put up for adoption. Which means that you could own what were, for two hours yesterday, perhaps the most powerful kittens in the world.
- Subway Kittens, Arthur and August, Will Be Put Up for Adoption , New York Magazine
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