Stray kitten rescued by reporter on live T.V.
A news crew from Fox 17 in Nashville was on location near Highway I-24, preparing for a live broadcast about local traffic, when something a bit more pressing came up.
Reporter Sabrina Hall heard tiny cries for help on the side of the road.
"This little kitten called for help the moment we arrived for our live shot last night," Hall wrote in a post Facebook. "She was all alone in brush next to a loud and busy highway. She followed me everywhere but was too afraid at first to be touched. I finally reached out and grabbed her."
After shooting, Hall took the kitten home with her for a bath and a feeding.
At Hall's home, the kitten made an unexpected friend.
Hall's dog seriously loved this kitten. So many kisses!
After the kitten was seen by a vet (who determined that she was actually a he), the little guy was adopted immediately.
He's now in his forever home, all thanks to a helpful news team.
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