Cardinals 'rally cat' reportedly found, could be reunited with team

Andrew Cummings
August 13, 2017

The legend of Rally Cat all started at Wednesday night's Cardinals game when the infamous kitten ran out onto the field during the game.

The streaking Cardinals have won seven games in a row overall and, including the contest in which Molina hit the grand slam, have captured three straight victories since the cat appeared.


How do cat types know this captured kitten is the very same one that committed the unforgivable sin of being in any way associated with a win by the terrible St. Louis Cardinals? Special thanks to the City's team who located the feline.

Then there's the black cat that apparently "cursed" the 1969 Chicago Cubs by walking in front of their dugout, after which the tide of the game turned dramatically and the Cubs missed the playoffs.


Korie Harris, 35, reportedly went to claim the kitten after being enchanted by its on-field antics. "#Citygarden is back to normal and as far as we know, cat free!" Rigley says Rally Cat is definitely not a feral cat and is a domesticated stray. "In the meantime, the Cardinals are looking to scratch and claw their way back to the top of the division standings". She found the by the Stan Musial statue, and scooped it up. They're going to have Rally Cat Appreciation Day on Sunday, Sept. 10. And they did. set him right on the street outside home plate- so I told th he was my cat and I would take him home...


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