•Black and white cat uses one of its nine lives by clinging its paw to a tiny strip of fabric
•It fell 30 feet from an upper deck of the Hard Rock Stadium
•Amazing fans saved the cat using an American flag
These days, it’s no longer peculiar to see domestic pets watching games like football, baseball, and basketball with their beloved owners. In this story, a cat in Miami gathered the attention of the football fans after it “swings in the chandelier” like Sia but with a piece of fabric in an upper deck of a Hard Rock Stadium in the middle of a football game during the first quarter of Saturday’s college game between No 22 Miami and Appalachian State.
Meet the black and white feline who is like the main character of a superhero movie fighting for its life at the brink of a perilous aerial incident. Fans are stupefied and amazed by the unexpected event in a football game. It is still a mystery how it ended up in such a situation as it held its paws strongly to the tiny fabric attached to the upper deck.
In a recent tweet, Craig Cromer, a facilities manager at the University of Miami and season-ticket holder who with his wife Kimberly brings the flag to each home game said: “They were trying to grab it from above and they couldn’t reach it, but they were scaring it downward,”
So, some people tried to rescue the cat through the upper deck but it was too far and it even slipped.
He further said: “It hung there for a little while with its two front paws, then one paw, then I was like, ‘Oh my goodness, it’s coming soon.'”
In an instant, Mr. Cromer went to the railing and took his American flag and the cat fell into it safely. The crowd was truly jubilant. It was like a homecoming celebration of a world boxer champion. The cat was taken safely by the security workers in the stadium to check it further.
“I don’t know anything about that or what was going on. I only found out about the incident after the game” – was the only reaction statement of the Miami coach Manny Diaz whose football team won the game against Appalachian State.
It was truly once in a lifetime experience to witness such an odd and satisfying event.
“But I’ll tell you if the cat will help us in our red zone offense I’m going to see if we can get give it a scholarship,” said Mr. Cromer.
Bees Kill Penguins by Stinging Them in the Eyes
2000 Kilogram Sunfish Caught Off North African Coast
Man Embezzles $57K in COVID-19 Relief to Buy Pokemon Cards
Florida Man Catches and “Recycles” Alligator in Driveway
Man Shocks Reporter on How He’d Spend the Lottery Winnings
Man Joins Search Operation Not Realizing He’s the One Missing
World’s Oldest Rhino Dies in Italian Zoo at 54 Years Old
Meet Quilty – Cat Escape Artist Helping Other Cats Jailbreak
TikToker Shares How She Tricked Invaders Who Tried Opening The Hotel Door While She Was Alone
5-Year-Old Artist Already Getting Commissioned For Her Paintings
Man Iced Neighbor Who Repeatedly Asked Him “When Are You Getting Married?”
Do You Live in One of These 15 Countries With The Most Beautiful Women on Earth?
The Secret Meaning of Anklets And Why Some Wives Wear Them
Waking Up Between 3 to 5 AM Could Mean You’re Experiencing Spiritual Awakening
Divorced Man Wrote 20 Epic Marriage Advice He Wished He Could Have Had
Haunting Photos of Two Tourists Snapped Just Before They Mysteriously Disappeared
“Chastity Cages” is the Latest Thing for Men
Pork Fat Is Officially One of the World’s Most Nutritious Foods
Some Stranger Padlocked This Guy’s Earlobe And Ran Away With The Key
Three-Month-Old Baby Left Blind in One Eye After Family Friend Took His Picture