‘Monday Night Football’ black cat still on the loose at MetLife Stadium

A black cat runs on the field during the second quarter of a New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys game at Met Life Stadium

The cat that ran onto the field at MetLife Stadium during Monday night's Giants-Cowboys game has not yet been captured.

MetLife Stadium officers said Thursday the lookup for the fleet feline that briefly delayed the nationally televised video game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys on Monday evening has been unsuccessful.

Staff at MetLife Stadium and some New Jersey condition troopers herded the feline toward the finish zone absent from the players.The cat did not depart correct away.

The efforts to catch the cat have spawned an array of memes and jokes suggesting that the Giants or the New York Jets, MetLife's other National Football League tenant, may be interested in signing the black-haired beauty in an effort to give a boost to their respective moribund offenses.

The search started on Tuesday morning with multiple humane traps being stationed in the stadium.

The black cat ran out onto the field during the second quarter of Monday Night Football, delaying the game for roughly 10 minutes before sprinting behind an open second of wall and vanishing into the night like Batman. After that came up empty, stadium officials asked PuppykittyNYCity - a trap, neuter, release and no-kill shelter - for help. So often these days we see viral stars get a taste of fame and then shamelessly chase clout or attempt to monetize their 15 minutes of fame but the MNF cat apparently hasn't been tempted by such desires. It finished its run along the end line before running up the tunnel to the cheers of the crowd. Indeed, some estimates this week place the number of cats calling MetLife Stadium home in the hundreds.

But the cat didn't leave right away. It eventually exited the field in the corner of the end zone and into the tunnel but has yet to be found. It is owned by the MetLife Stadium Co., a joint venture of the groups.

The stadium disputed a New York Post report report quoting stadium employee who said he is nicknamed the "Cat Man", and who said he takes care of seven or eight colonies of more than 300 feral cats living in the complex.

In its assertion, stadium officials denied a revealed report that explained the 82,000-in addition seat facility properties and feeds 300 cats. However, they did acknowledge that 30 barn cats occasional make their way over to MetLife from the Meadowlands Racetrack next door.



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