MORRISTOWN, Tenn. — A kitten was rescued from a Tennessee Walmart vending machine Wednesday morning, officials say.
According to the City of Morristown, a woman named Lindsey called the Morristown Fire Department about a kitten stuck in a vending machine. When fire crews responded, Lindsey showed them the machine and they were able to hear the kitten crying.
WZTV said the fire crews unplugged the machine and pulled the back off but were unable to find the kitten. They moved to another opening and were able to get the kitten out safely.
The City of Morristown said Lindsey decided to adopt the kitten and that the fire crews joked she should name it Pepsi, since it was found in the Pepsi vending machine.
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