No, that's not a sign that the Jets or Giants are thinking about chasing the wildcat.
The notorious black cat that invaded the New York Giants-Dallas Cowboys field at Metlife Monday night is said to be among over 300 Wildcats living in the stadium, and the owners seem to be feeding them, a Tuesday report said ,
The cat, who blamed many Giants fans for the loss of 37-18, was not just a random omen. An employee named "Cat Man" told the New York Post that "over 300 wildcats are currently in the complex".
"IT FEELS GREAT, BABY"
He said there are seven or eight colonies on the [Meadowlands] racetrack that are regularly fed by Metlife employees.
"Possession [of the MetLife Sports Complex] pays off, but I give 18 to 24 cans of wet food every week. They love the wet food, "he told the post.
The clerk said the MNF cat belongs to a colony that lives in an underground tunnel used by security forces. According to the post office, the cats were brought decades ago to tackle the rodent problem on the racetrack.
But in a statement from the newspaper, a spokeswoman for Metlife Stadium denied that a horde of cats lives in the complex.
300 wild cats do not live in the stadium. We are an outdoor area and sometimes see 1 or 2 cats running around (most famous last night).
She also refused to feed animals, adding that the New Jersey Sports and Exhibition Authority is responsible for the operation of the facility.