UPDATE: Oct. 3, 2017, 12:55 p.m. UTC NPR publicized a legend Tuesday stating that Ramona is, in fact , not a cat–she is a child. But she does have a “cat-o-nine-tail”.
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Accidentally posting personal stuff onto a wreak sheet is every social media manager’s worst nightmare.
This time, after the last few days, it came as a few moments of succour. On Monday, an NPR staffer’s accidental Facebook post departed viral, amassing more than 20,000 reactions at the time of writing. It pertained none other than a feline mentioned Ramona, apparently belonging to the author of the post.
“Ramona is given new plaything: Smiles, peruses for 20 seconds, jettisons, ” predicts the original pole. “Ramona gets a grip: Accepts temporarily, writhes to be put down.”
Yes, even the mistake speaks like something from NPR.
The post was edited shortly afterward with an apologetic for the mistakes, indicating that it was intended for a personal account.
But it was too late, and parties had caught breeze of Ramona the cat. They required more.
People were also announcing on NPR to ensure the poster in question wouldn’t be trained for their minor error.
After all, what’s more certain in life than mistakes and misbehaving “cat-o-nine-tails”?