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A Tiny Stray Kitten Crashed A Live Newscast And It Was So Freaking Cute

And soon, she'll be up for adoption.

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Meet Lucky Seven, a 6-week-old kitten who recently stole the show and all of our hearts during a live newscast in Detroit.

Nima Shaffe, a reporter and anchor at WXYZ-TV Channel 7, told BuzzFeed the kitten was just hanging around the parking lot of the county sheriff's office where they were filming.
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Nima Shaffe, a reporter and anchor at WXYZ-TV Channel 7, told BuzzFeed the kitten was just hanging around the parking lot of the county sheriff's office where they were filming.

"As we were wrapping up ... Lucky Seven, as she’s been named, got vocal and started to steal the spotlight," he said.

"She was scurrying about underneath cars and meowing really loud," he said.
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"She was scurrying about underneath cars and meowing really loud," he said.

Shaffe said Lucky Seven is "pretty awesome" and "so easy to fall in love with."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPIn2wD6edo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPIn2wD6edo

😭 BABY. 😭

Carla Wilson, a corporal from the sheriff's department, came by to bring the kitten to safety.

And soon, she will be put up for adoption!"First she has to go to foster care to gain some weight before they can microchip her and give her some more TLC," Shaffe said. "So it could be anywhere from a month or two before she’s available for adoption."
Nima Shaffe / WXYZ / Via Facebook: nimawxyz

And soon, she will be put up for adoption!

"First she has to go to foster care to gain some weight before they can microchip her and give her some more TLC," Shaffe said. "So it could be anywhere from a month or two before she’s available for adoption."

And people are already offering up their homes to her. Among them is Shaffe himself, who said he's "totally considering" adopting her.

"I just want Lucky Seven to be in a house where she’ll be social, because she’s extremely social," Shaffe said."She likes to talk," he said. "She likes to tell people her life story."
Nima Shaffe / WXYZ / Via Facebook: nimawxyz

"I just want Lucky Seven to be in a house where she’ll be social, because she’s extremely social," Shaffe said.

"She likes to talk," he said. "She likes to tell people her life story."

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