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VIDEO: 'Ninja' kitten sneaks into Arizona Humane Society, now up for adoption

Posted at 9:35 AM, Aug 11, 2020

PHOENIX — A very stealth stray kitten snuck into the Arizona Humane Society last week, and she’s now looking for her forever home.

According to AHS, staff entered the building Friday morning and found a black kitten in the break room — but she wasn’t wearing any collar, wasn’t spayed and didn’t come from any of the kennels!

Staff checked all of their shelter pets to make sure everyone was in place and reviewed surveillance footage to figure out where the kitten came from.

They discovered the kitten snuck in through a door around 9 p.m. the night before while a cleaning crew opened the door. Her entrance was caught on surveillance video.

It’s unclear what life the kitten lived beforehand, but she’s now up for adoption.

AHS says the kitten, now named Ninja, is about 8 weeks old and is in good health. She is available for adoption for $150. See AHS adoptable pets here.