A National Public Radio (NPR) staffer accidentally posted a message on Facebook that talked about Ramona as follows:

“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.”

NPR followers read the post and thought NPR was talking about a cat. As it turned out, the staffer was actually talking about a baby who happens to have a cat. 20,000 followers later, people want NPR to post more information about the cat, which shows the appeal of cats on the Internet.

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