Cat sneaks inside luggage, gets discover only during scanning at airport

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A cat’s adventure after sneaking inside a luggage was cut short when authorities discovered the kitty during scanning at USA’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. And, a post about the incident has created a buzz among people. Shared on the official Twitter account of America’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the post shows images of the kitty hiding inside a suitcase.

“We’re letting the cat out of the bag on a hiss-toric find. This CATch had our baggage screening officers @JFKairport saying, “Come on meow”! Feline like you have travel questions, reach out to our furiends @AskTSA. They’re available every day, from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (ET),” TSA tweeted while sharing three pictures. One of the images shows “X-ray image of cat in a traveler’s checked luggage.”

Take a look at the post to see the other pictures:

Since being shared, the tweet has accumulated close to 2,000 likes. The share has also prompted people to post various comments. While some wondered how the cat could get inside a bag unnoticed, others shared personal experiences to prove that it is possible.

“It’s very possible. I packed a suitcase for a 3 week Norway trip. Got the bag packed, locked, loaded and on the way to the airport, and it started meowing at me. Cat had crawled in and burrowed under my sweaters and I didn’t have a clue. I have no idea how she even fits in there!,” wrote a Twitter user. “How is this possible?,” posted another. “I am surprised this does not happen more often. My cats love to curl up in my suitcases when I am packing. I can see how if you were packing in a hurry you might miss one,” commented a third. “Could have been a CATastrophe,” joked a fourth.





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