Louis 'Rally Cat' missing after appearance at Cardinals game

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The outreach said they were working to determine if the kitten is the infamous Rally Cat from Wednesday night's Cardinals game. Yadier Molina hit a grand slam after the kitty made the surprise appearance to win the game.

The saga of the St. Louis Cardinals "rally cat" - or "rally kitten", if you prefer - appears to have taken a happy turn on Friday after the team announced the missing kitten had been located.

The St. Louis Feral Cat Outreach organization that found Rally Cat in downtown St. Louis says that they are sure it's the same cat because of the markings on his back and legs.

The same group says it's now "confident" it's the same cat we saw scratching and clawing at Busch Stadium grounds crew member Lucas Hackmann as he attempted to safely remove it from harm's way.

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At that point, as our ushers tried to contain the cat, a fan grabbed it and claimed it was hers. We understand from media accounts that the woman meant to take it home and care for it, but lost track of it in City Garden.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Korie Harris is the woman who lost track of the cat in City Garden.

Harris posted this update to Facebook, "So..."

Even if I, living with two decidedly lazy cats who are uninterested in sports beyond batting at the dudes running on the TV screen, do not understand the desirability of a loud, wide open field for a cat to lay in, I anticipate many more cat visits in sporting events in the future.

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