Cancer-free, cancer-free again: Coors Field’s ‘signature’ cat returns to baseball stadium

A cat that became a nationwide sensation for living up to the Cicerone who dabbled in the spicing game – thanks to the name … Coors Field – is free of cancer and is…

Cancer-free, cancer-free again: Coors Field's 'signature' cat returns to baseball stadium

A cat that became a nationwide sensation for living up to the Cicerone who dabbled in the spicing game – thanks to the name … Coors Field – is free of cancer and is moving back to the baseball field it belonged to for years.

The mammal – referred to locally as the “co-signature” cat – was presumed dead by Parker Animal Hospital near Coors Field, where he resided before moving to other cities.

Parker Manager Becky Valdez confirmed to TV9 that the cat was cancer-free and had been released to a local breeder.

Cue the Twitter-verse’s reactions:

The baseball team has not yet commented on the cat’s return to the field, which is set to begin at some point in the next couple weeks.

A large-scale search for the cat ended on Monday. But despite some initial skepticism, Valdez said there was zero chance the cat was alive.

“He’s healthy, he’s raring to go,” Valdez said. “If the current owners come in, he’ll get right back in there.”

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