Couch Donated to Goodwill Comes with Kitten Inside
Last Thursday, a woman donated a couch to the Goodwill store in Huron, Ohio, reported the Sandusky Register. "It was a bluish-gray plush couch in decent condition," store employee Matthew Hurst told Paw Nation. "It would have sold quickly." Workers moved the couch to the back of the store until it could be priced and placed on the selling floor.
A little while later, two co-workers beckoned Hurst to the back of the store, where they were sure they heard a cat meowing. "We listened and heard a cat crying," said Hurst. But where was the sound coming from?
Hurst and his co-workers eyed the bags of clothes and boxes waiting to be processed and began walking around, trying to locate the source of the meowing. "Sure enough," said Hurst. "It was coming from the couch."
They yanked the cushions off the couch, but no kitty. "Then we cut the liner up, and the little guy popped its head up," shared Hurst. "It was just a little bitty thing." The gray and black female kitten and couldn't have been more than six weeks old.
But what to do with the kitten?