A tiny stray kitten interrupted a live television report, meowing for attention. The crew stepped up to help.
Meet their little surprise guest!
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While WXYZ reporter Nima Shaffe was doing a live shot this morning, a tiny furry friend decided to crash the show. As much as the crew wanted to stay on the topic at hand, the kitten's meowing and running around the reporter made it impossible for them to continue without giving the kitten the spotlight she deserved.
Little surprise guest, Lucky 7!
We had a surprise at our liveshot this morning...@NimaShaffe @wxyzdetroit https://t.co/5CV9gdVTdG— Andy Zaremba (@Andy Zaremba)1466418671.0
The kitty was found all alone and the news crew knew they had to do something to help the little stray.
"Not only is he vocal. seems to like expensive cars." Nima Shaffe said.
@WSheriff has called @mhumane to come help this cat.Not only is he vocal. seems to like expensive cars. @wxyzdetroit https://t.co/Og1K6sxfNW— Nima Shaffe (@Nima Shaffe)1466417042.0
After the crew managed to catch the kitten, help was on the way.
Shaffe proudly introduced their little surprise guest to the anchors.
Watch the video here:
The kitty was given a tour in the van and she inspected all the equipment.
@rhondaerrer @wxyzdetroit @WSheriff We need a newsroom cat. https://t.co/vpXlX1SyMZ— Nima Shaffe (@Nima Shaffe)1466419191.0
Getting some cuddles from the Washtenaw County Sheriff.
Aww, @WSheriff has come to see the kitty that crashed @NimaShaffe's live shot this morning. #EarlyRisers https://t.co/a9HmmT16SO— WXYZ Detroit (@WXYZ Detroit)1466418349.0
Humane Society of Huron Valley took in the little playful kitten and is in the process of finding her a forever loving home.
"In honor of the WXYZ-TV Channel 7 rescue team, she's been named 'Lucky 7'," HSHV said.
Photo: HSHV Cruelty Rescue
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