Mayor Not Surprised At Cat’s New York Trip
NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (UPI) — New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he was honored a Colorado cat who disappeared five years ago chose his city as a destination.
Bloomberg said Willow, the cat found in Manhattan last week and identified as a feline missing five years ago from the home of Jamie Squires in Boulder, Colo., has good taste in cities, the New York Daily News reported Friday.
“What I think it does show is how everybody in the end wants to come and live in New York,” Bloomberg said Thursday.
Squires said her family is planning a New York trip to retrieve the cat as soon as the feline passes the required health screenings to be allowed to fly across state lines.
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