An object with consciousness and free will is capable of movement and can change the course of its fate.
A kleenex thrown directly into a garbage sometimes bounces out.
Therefore, some Kleenexes are capable of movement and can change the course of their fates, and thus demonstrate the conditions of consciousness and free will.
This syllogism is true also for some wet washcloths put on bathroom racks to dry. They will, likewise, leap off racks and display minds and wills of their own.