Cat sneaks into check-in luggage, only discovered during X-ray scan at New York airport

24/11/2022 10:28:00 AM

The Great Catscape.

Cat sneaks into check-in luggage, only discovered during X-ray scan at New York airport

The Great Catscape.

The owners, Alex and Alix, have beenposting about the experience on Instagramand even created a highlight titled"Smells and TSA".One of the stories posted was a video of Smells attempting to climb into another suitcase, proving that this is expected behaviour from the cat.

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The owners, Alex and Alix, have been posting about the experience on Instagram and even created a highlight titled"Smells and TSA". One of the stories posted was a video of Smells attempting to climb into another suitcase, proving that this is expected behaviour from the cat. Genesis did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment on the matter. Photo from Instagram/@alexaugustalex . The trial – and a host of criminal, civil and congressional probe cases that Trump is facing – will likely complicate the ex-president’s run for a second term in office, which he announced last week.