The kitten is now at the Humane Society of Huron Valley, where she will be placed up for adoption in the coming weeks. But, thanks in no small part to her public debut on live television, folks have already come forward hoping to give her a forever home.
Judging from how she's handling her newfound stardom, it seems interrupting the news segment may have all been part of her plan.
"Lucky Seven is a super affectionate and friendly kitten," a spokesperson from the shelter told The Dodo. "She was purring and 'making muffins' with her paws the entire time she was being examined by our veterinarian, and now is relaxing comfortably in our nursery, awaiting a foster to come get her."