NPR accidentally posts about a cat on its Facebook, now people want more of the cat

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Accidentally posting personal stuff onto a work page is every social media manager’s worst nightmare.

This time, after the last few days, it came as a moment of relief. On Monday, an NPR staffer’s accidental Facebook post went viral, amassing more than 20,000 reactions at the time of writing. It concerned none other than a cat named Ramona, presumably belonging to the author of the post.

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“Ramona is given new toy: Smiles, examines for 20 seconds, discards,” reads the original post. “Ramona gets a hug: Acquiesces momentarily, squirms to be put down.”

Yes, even the mistake reads like something from NPR. Read more…

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