2 kittens that stopped NYC subway adopted by Brooklyn couple

The Brooklyn pair who adopted the kittens say they are thrilled with their new additions.

The Brooklyn pair who adopted the kittens say they are thrilled with their new additions. (10/24/13)

BROOKLYN - Two kittens, who stopped a New York City subway, have been adopted by a Brooklyn couple.

Arthur and August made headlines when service was suspended for two hours on the B and Q lines in Brooklyn on Aug. 29 as transit workers tried to catch them. They spent some time at a Bushwick apartment before finding their forever home.

The Brooklyn pair who adopted the kittens say they are thrilled with their new additions.
 

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