Remember that cart that broke into Marlins Park and made himself at home on the stadium’s home run sculpture? That stray cat now has a new home, although it is not one with a giant home run structure. An employee of the Miami Marlins has taken on the responsibility of taking the loose cat home.
— Mike Manganello (@MikeManganello) April 13, 2017
A cat ran along the outfield wall in the middle of a game against the Atlanta Braves, climbing up the fence in front of a digital scoreboard just in front of the home run statue before finding a comfortable spot to catch its breath.
A cat intrusion on #NationalPetDay? How purrr-fect. 🐱
— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) April 12, 2017
OMG a cat climbed up on the marlins dinger machine! pic.twitter.com/zIQe45Yt04
— nick (@nick_pants) April 12, 2017
Marlins Park has suspended use of the home run sculpture because of this cat pic.twitter.com/6yOE1fSmA8
— Joel Franco (@OfficialJoelF) April 12, 2017
It just so happened that the cat ran across the outfield on National Pet Day. This is truly a story that could not have been scripted any other way.