Cardinals will have 'Rally Cat' night in September against Pirates

Busch Stadium field

The Cardinals are adding this event to their 2017 theme ticket schedule, and on September 10 against the Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis is partnering with Purina to honor the cat.

They say this is the same cat who wandered onto the field at Busch stadium Wednesday night. 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 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.

Of course, we can't forget the greatest exhibition of cat sportsmanship ever-the Kitten Bowl.

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The cat which has been nicknamed "Rally Cat" paused the game when it darted onto the field. "In the meantime, the Cardinals are looking to scratch and claw their way back to the top of the division standings". She says the feline jumped out of her arms into some tall grass somewhere in Citygarden on Market Street.

"We are pretty confident that this is Rally Cat", said Savannah Rigley, a board member with St. Louis Feral Cat Outreach.

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.

The Cardinals mascot Fredbird was no where in sight, fans wondered if the cat chased him off.