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Tennessee firefighter rescues kitten from vending machine

Walmart employee holding kitten rescued from vending machine.
Wal-Mart holding a kitten From a vending machine where an employee was rescued.Photo by Morristown City-Government/Facebook

Tennessee kittens take on the Pepsi Challenge Other levels.

A firefighter was called by Wal-Mart in Morristown, Tennessee to help the kitten get stuck in a vending machine.

AFacebook post from the city of Morristonnoticed that a lovely cat was stuck between a rock in the store's outdoor Pepsi and a hard place (cans and cans). Shared machine.

An employee who called 911 about a suffering cat.

When the firefighters arrived, the post said, "The crew was able to hear the kitten crying."

Even after unplugging the machine and removing the back cover, the rescuer could not find the kitten.

However, when I found another opening in the machine, I was able to trick the kitten.

"The fire brigade joked about naming it Pepsi," the post said.

One person suggested another option. "" Mountain Mew "is also a good name," another person chimes with "Meowtain Dew."

The employee who called the firefighter posted that he had a new kitten.

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