TSA agents find a cat stowed in a suitcase The stowaway cat, identified by the New York Post as "Smells," was returned to its owner, who was at home unaware it sneaked into the suitcase of a visiting friend.

TSA agents find a cat stowed in a suitcase

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A MARTÍNEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A Martínez. "Puss In Boots"? More like "Puss In Bag." A TSA scanner at the JFK airport detected a feline trapped within a checked suitcase last week. The stowaway cat, identified by the New York Post as Smells, was returned to its owner, who was unaware it sneaked into the suitcase of a visiting friend. Maybe that's why the cat wanted to leave. Anyways, a TSA spokesman had the line of the day when they tweeted, on the bright side, the cat's out of the bag. It's MORNING EDITION.

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