There are not many good reasons to watch the Giants Jets game on Sunday. Here is one: The black cat could come back.
About the Associated Press the black cat that crashed the party on Monday night remains free in the MetLife stadium and strives to capture the cat without success.
] "We are confident that together we will be able to find the black cat we all fell in love with on Monday night," says a statement released Thursday at the MetLife Stadium.
The cat certainly does not want to be caught. Although far from Garfield's proportions, the cat seems to be well fed, and food leftovers by 82,000 fans participating in 20 NFL games a year will help.
MetLife Stadium in its testimony denied a report that 300 cats were fed.
"From time to time we've seen cats on the complex and at the Meadowlands Racetrack (at the Meadowlands Sports Complex) there's a TNR program that currently feeds about 30 stable cats," the statement says.
"Barn cats" sound much better than wild cats. That's what the black cat and every other stray cat that sees Dwight Schrute running around in the stadium are. Regardless, the game "Giants Jets" on Sunday could include a return of the cat, unless the cat is smart enough to know that there are far better options than watching the Giants and Jets playing football.