NEW YORK – Two kittens that shut down a New York City subway line for more than an hour have been found and rescued from the tracks.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokeswoman Julie Glave said the kittens were discovered Thursday evening under the third rail of an express track in Brooklyn.
Glave says MTA workers and police officers removed the kittens from the subway tunnel in crates.
Earlier Thursday transit officials cut power to the B and Q lines in Brooklyn for more than an hour after reports the kittens were on the loose in the subway system.
Transit workers were dispatched onto the tracks to try to corral the kittens. And the kittens’ owner even tried using food to try to coax them out.