Cat New York Harbor. Officials in New York said that a cat made it to the Habror after being thrown in the water by storms. Elizabeth Rapuano, director of marketing and communications for Governors Island, said security guards found the feline Sunday night.
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Rapuano said workers believe the cat may have been thrown out into the harbor by the weekend storm in New Jersey that left at least 45 people dead.“The assumption is that she came over by water,” Rapuano said. “She was wet. Her fur was salty.”
The New York Harbor refers to the waterways of the estuary near the mouth of the Hudson River that empty into New York Bay. Although the U.S. Board of Geographic Names does not use the term, New York Harbor has important historical, governmental, commercial, and ecological usages. It was originally used to refer to the Upper New York Bay, the term is also used to describe the Port of New York and New Jersey, the port district for New York-Newark metropolitan area, under the jurisdiction of the Port Authority.
The harbor is still serviced by several cruise lines, commuter ferries, and tourist excursion boats. Although most ferry service is private, the Staten Island Ferry is operated by the New York City Department of Transportation. Passenger ship facilities are New York Passenger Ship Terminal, the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal at Red Hook, and MOTBY at Bayonne.
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