The evening news are not supposed to be funny, but we all know that from time to time hilarious surprises can occur in the middle of the broadcasts. Nima Shaffe, a reporter, recently found himself in just this kind of unexpected situation while he was live on WXYZ-TV Detroit. Nima was outside reporting on a segment for National Gun Safety Week, but some noise was constantly interrupting him. He tried not to get distracted, but at some point it became too loud and intrusive. Nima and his crew realized it was a tiny homeless kitten who came up to ask for help.
Of course, the reporter never expected his breaking story would be interrupted by a little feline, but as a real professional he didn‘t stop the broadcast. Instead, he decided to introduce the furry intruder to his audience! He scooped up a kitten and showed it to the viewers. He also reported that his crew called Humane Society of Huron Valley which would put the kitten up for adoption. The tiny ginger was later named Lucky Seven after the news station and her good fortune. Nima Shaffe made the kitty a real star, and many people got interested in giving it a forever home.