8 days ago, FTVLive told you about a very cute kitten that crashed a Motown live shot.
WXYZ (Detroit) Reporter Nima Shaffe was going live when the kitten decided she should be the focus of the story.
FTVLive wrote, "Let's hope the staff found the live shot crasher a loving home."
Well, "Lucky Seven" as she is being called is being taken care of, but does not have a home just yet.
"This has really been fantastic," Tanya Hilgendorf said. Hilgendorf is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Humane Society of Huron Valley where Lucky is living until she's ready for adoption.
"She is a super happy, friendly kitten," Hilgendorf said. "She is lucky to be alive and we really appreciate what you did."
Hilgendorf tells Action News Lucky has been living at a foster home for the last week. That's where she's learning to be a kitten. After she was brought to the Humane Society of Huron Valley, she was immediately checked out, cleaned up, and given shots.
Now she's living at Pat Simonelli's house. Simonelli has been a foster parent for 8 years and says she's never seen the likes of a kitten quite like Lucky. She says Lucky has been very influential on her two other orphan kittens she is fostering. "One was a ferrel kitten that was a little hissy, afraid of everything and now she's almost as friendly as Lucky is," Simonelli said.
As we spent time with Lucky inside the lobby of shelter, we found her greeting people as they walked by her kennel. She is by far one of the most talkative kittens you'll find. Simonelli says she loves being held, sitting on laps and talking.
"She's quite the feisty survivor and she was able to get your attention," Hilgendorf said. "If you hadn't rescued her and been apart of her story, her story would not have ended well. You can't be an orphaned kitten left on the street on your own," said Corporal Carla Wilson with the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office.
Let's hope Lucky gets the loving home she deserves.