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NYPD cops rescue feline wrapped in feather boa on subway catwalk

By Katherine Donlevy,


Claw enforcement — to the rescue!

NYPD cops helped a feline out of a fashion disaster Sunday after finding the abandoned cat wrapped inside a feather boa in a Manhattan subway station.

The cat, named Bugle, was strutting down the subway tunnel near Lexington and 53rd Avenue with the tightly wrapped scarf dragging along the ground, police said.
Bugle was rescued from the Lexington and 53rd Avenue subway station.

The train conductor spotted her and stopped the train so police could safely remove her from the tracks.

“Are you FUR real? Earlier today, @NYPDTransit officers were alerted by @NYCTSubway workers that a cat was found on a catwalk in the tunnel tied up in a feather boa,” the department said.

“Stunned cops & transit workers were able to untie our feline friend & transported it to a @NYCACC for evaluation.”
Bugle was found tightly wrapped in a feather boa.
Bugle is now up for adoption.

The fabulous feline is up for adoption , Animal Care Centers said.

Other than some medical needs, the agency said they don’t know much about Bugle — other than she’s “sweet,” “welcoming” and stylish.

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