NEW YORK (AP) — Two cuddly kittens that stopped a couple of New York City subways after wandering onto the tracks this summer are looking for a permanent home.
Animal Care and Control of New York City says Friday little Arthur and August have been in foster homes since their late August adventure. They're now up for adoption.
The frisky felines grabbed headlines after venturing onto two Brooklyn subway lines, forcing Metropolitan Transit Authority officials to cut power on the lines for more than an hour. The pets scurried around the tracks before they were finally rescued seven hours later.
AC&C spokesman Richard Gentles tells the Daily News (http://nydn.us/H88hw2 ) a home with no kids is preferable for the duo, who will be adopted together.
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