It's not the Cat in the Hat, it's a cat in a bag.
Transportation Security Administration officers at JFK Airport likely see a lot of odd stuff in passengers' bags, but what was found last week likely gave them paws.
A live cat was found shoved into a checked bag at the New York City airport. A TSA spokesperson said the pet was tucked away in the suitcase until the bag went through the x-ray machine and the alarm was triggered.
Transportation officials tracked down the traveler, who told them the cat belonged to someone he lived with.
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Fortunately, the cat was not hurt, and made it safely home