Missing a cat? Troopers have feline left on train platform

CaptionCloseOn Feb. 23, 2017, about 7:57 a.m., state troopers from the Cortlandt barracks in Westchester County found a cat at the Cortlandt Train Station that had been left on the train platform in a carrying case. (State Police) On Feb. 23, 2017, about...

Missing a cat? Troopers have feline left on train platform

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On Feb. 23, 2017, about 7:57 a.m., state troopers from the Cortlandt barracks in Westchester County found a cat at the Cortlandt Train Station that had been left on the train platform in a carrying case. (State Police)

 

On Feb. 23, 2017, about 7:57 a.m., state troopers from the Cortlandt barracks in Westchester County found a cat at the Cortlandt Train Station that had been left on the train platform in a carrying case. (State

On Feb. 23, 2017, about 7:57 a.m., state troopers from the Cortlandt barracks in Westchester County found a cat at the Cortlandt Train Station that had been left on the train platform in a carrying case. (State Police)

 

On Feb. 23, 2017, about 7:57 a.m., state troopers from the Cortlandt barracks in Westchester County found a cat at the Cortlandt Train Station that had been left on the train platform in a carrying case. (State

On Feb. 23, 2017, about 7:57 a.m., state troopers from the Cortlandt barracks in Westchester County found a cat at the Cortlandt Train Station that had been left on the train platform in a carrying case. (State Police)

 

On Feb. 23, 2017, about 7:57 a.m., state troopers from the Cortlandt barracks in Westchester County found a cat at the Cortlandt Train Station that had been left on the train platform in a carrying case. (State

Someone left behind a cat in a carrier on the MetroNorth train platform in Cortland, Westchester County, State Police said.

She was found just before 8 a.m. Thursday on the train platform in a tan Woolrich carrying case.

Troopers from the Cortlandt barracks have the cat, described as an older female with black, tan and brown fur.

Anyone with information should call (914) 769-2600 and request to speak with a trooper at the Cortlandt barracks.

 

 

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