The ideal item for a vending machine doesn’t exist.
Last week, a Morristown, Tennessee, Walmart employee heard a small kitten crying inside a Pepsi vending machine and went to help it.
According to Lindsey Russell, who spoke to WVLT, noises were coming from the store’s front when she was on her break. She heard meowing as she walked up to the vending machine.
“I made numerous attempts to find her during my lunch and final break. None of my coworkers could help me get her, despite my efforts, Russell said.
She asked the fire department for assistance as a result. According to a Facebook post by the City of Morristown, firefighters managed to locate an opening where they could see the kitten and coaxed it out.
It read, “Lindsey now has a new kitten.”
According to representatives of the fire department, it is still unknown how the kitten entered the machine.
According to Russell, taking the kitten home with her would be the best course of action. She described the infant as wiggly and in good spirits, adding that she and her mother had previously saved other animals. She also already has a ton of possible names.
“This is Pepper, Pepsi, or Pep, whichever name you prefer. She now has a few nicknames, the woman said.