Stray Kittens Are Rescued From Underneath Walmart Refrigerators

By Tom Carlson

You can find just about anything at Walmart, even if you're not looking for it. From fresh produce and snacks to clothing and electronics, they've got it all! This past April, however, the employees at a Walmart in Arizona discovered something that definitely didn't belong on their shelves: a stray cat.

Only, the real surprise came a little while after the cat was taken to the Arizona Humane Society and found a home. Just as the employees at Walmart thought things had returned to normal, they found the cat had left something behind under a refrigerated sandwich display.

Walmart is notoriously known for carrying pretty much anything you can think of. Wherever this enormous national retailer opens up, you can expect quite a bit of business to follow. But, many people are familiar with Walmart for more hilarious reasons...
Walmart has made a name for itself by having a very diverse, and frankly, sometimes absurd, customer base. However, on one particular afternoon, it wasn't an unusual customer that had everyone up in arms.
In Phoenix, Arizona, the local Walmart was always a bustling place, especially on the weekends. One afternoon, shoppers became concerned after they heard faint meowing but couldn't determine exactly where it was coming from.
The customers who heard it alerted the store employees, and after carefully investigating the noise, the manager of the store was able to trace the faint sounds to a sandwich display.
Now that they pinpointed the location of what they assumed was a trapped cat, they called the Arizona Humane Society for help. They didn't want to take any chances of being bitten or scratched by a distressed animal.
The Humane Society's Emergency Animal Medical Technicians (EAMTs) showed up at Walmart with a special device - a "snake cam." This would help them get a better view of what was underneath the refrigerated unit.