A site for the three little kittens

Web site crops up for New Yorkers who've lost a mitten or glove. Excluding baby-animal sites, could anything be sweeter?

For children, it can lead to tear-rimmed eyes. For adults, it can lead to swearing. And for kittens, it can lead to the loss of pie privileges.

Yes, it's the lost mitten--or glove.

But have no fear. According to a story in the New York Daily News, a new site for New Yorkers slipped on to the scene earlier this month: OneColdHand-NYC.com.

The purpose of the site is to reunite found mittens and gloves with their rightful owners. Will New Yorkers warm up to the concept? Who knows. But the site's appearance does follow last month's successful introduction of the original OneColdHand.com by Jennifer Gooch, who is working on her master's degree in art Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Let the sounds of muffled applause fill the land.

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