Stowaway cat found in luggage at JFK Airport

The orange stowaway cat that was discovered and taken out of a wheeled suitcase at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport was able to take pleasure in a lovely Thanksgiving meal.

Days after the cat's rescue, Lisa Farbstein, a spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) northeast division, gave an update on how the cat celebrated the holiday.

In a tweet on Monday, Nov. 28, Farbstein stated that "Smells, the cat who @TSA recently rescued from a checked bag at @JFKairport after he got into a suitcase in an attempt to fly to Orlando, enjoyed Thanksgiving at home in Brooklyn."

In other tweets from November 22, Farbstein mentioned that Smells allegedly slipped into a traveler's luggage with a flight to Orlando and was discovered by an X-ray machine that examines checked baggage at JFK Airport.

In a joke on Monday, Farbstein tweeted, "Apparently Smells was intending to chase after a giant mouse he heard was racing around Disneyworld."

Stowaway cat found in luggage at JFK Airport

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