Grandpa Finds Tiny Missing Kitten Hiding In A Tissue Box

What a cutie 🥺👉🏽👈🏽

Meet Chanel, who as a 2-week-old kitten ended up in a shelter that didn’t have the resource to care for such a young animal.

Unfortunately, the shelter would have had to put the kitten down if nobody came to claim her.

Luckily Britney Diane, who volunteers with rescue animals, spotted a Facebook post saying that Chanel would be put down that day if no one came for her.

At that moment she knew she had to rescue this sweet little kitten.

“Usually shelters put down kittens when they have nobody to take care of them, because you practically have to serve as their mother — bottle-feed them, pee and poop them, burp them, etc., every two to three hours, around the clock,” Diane told The Dodo.

“A friend of mine went to pull her because she lived closer, and if I went I wouldn’t have made it in time, and we met up and I’ve been her rescuer ever since!”

Chanel is a mischievous kitty and loves to find the best places to hide!

One day, Diane noticed Chanel was nowhere to be found. She and her family spent an hour searching in every place they could think that the little cat could fit into.

Finally, they found her in a completely unexpected place!

“We looked at the main places that made sense to us at the time: under the couches, under all the furniture, the fridge — even though we are pretty sure she wouldn’t be able to fit under there, we just wanted to make sure,” Diane said.

“Finally, Grandpa sat down at the kitchen table and went to get a tissue, and we realized she was in there.”

The whole time Chanel was squeezed into the tissue box, just chilling, probably confused about what all the commotion was about!

“Recently she was on the table as I was getting ready to bottle-feed her again, and the tissue box was there, and funny enough, she started to get back into it,” Diane said.

“I think that’s going to be her favorite spot for a while. At least until she grows out of it.”

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Written by Alice Joan