Adoption saves lives, which is why I am so delighted to help celebrate the 20th anniversary of Petfinder.com and their marvelous work of bringing together human beings and those of us with slightly more fur. And you can celebrate with us by sharing your own adoption story with the #MetOnPetfinder hashtag, and by watching the video at http://bit.ly/2coWBaa. The great news is that Petfinder is donating $250,000 to the Petfinder Foundation to support 25 shelters and rescues after reaching its goal of 1.25 million video views. It’s a cute video, so you should keep watching and sharing.
And now here’s my adoption story: That’s Burnell holding me in the photo (something I’m barely tolerating). He’s the guy who, along with his wife, adopted me from a shelter almost twelve years ago. My introduction biography at the shelter claimed I was “BOSSY,” but, fortunately for me, that’s exactly the type of cat that Burnell and Betsy were looking for. They adopted me and gave me my forever home. After a year or so, I began playing the piano, and Burnell and Betsy accepted the job of being my purrsonal assistants. My videos soon went viral and I became an Internet celebrity. And while not all cats can play the piano, we all need a loving home. #MetOnPetfinder #sponsored
I am so excited about my new video campaign ad. I hope you like it and will share it with friends and family. And be sure to check out my previous post for how to get your very own “Nora For President” bumper sticker or button.
I have one myself, and I have to say it was very cool the first time B & B were away and they used the app on the iPhone to turn on and connect to the Petcube. First I heard their voices calling my name, then I saw the laser dot moving on the oriental rug surrounding my piano. Play time! No, not the piano, but a game of catch-the-dot even though they were over a hundred miles away at the time. After a while, I understood that the little silver cube was somehow connected to the voices and the red dot. So, when I heard it come on, I’d immediately run to it and wait for the game to begin. That’s how smart I am. And you thought I was just a pretty face with piano skills!
Imagine my surprise to wake to the news of the first feline nominee for President of the United States. Well, obviously they’re talking about me. Who else, right? Guess I’ll need to have a serious talk with my purrsonal assistants about keeping me in the loop on these things. But I look forward to the campaign ahead and the election in the fall.
My platform? 1) Guaranteed vetcare for all. 2) Continued and expanded funding of shelters, pet adoption, and spay & neuter programs. 3) Greater exposure to music and other creative arts for all so inclined. 4) Lots of treats.
Elect me in November and I will work tirelessly to insure that every cat and kitten is placed in a loving home, so that no cat or kitten will ever go to sleep hungry, cold, or frightened. And, of course, I will continue to play the piano and generally amaze all who are fortunate enough to score an audience with the diva.
The National Music Festival opened on June 5th at Washington College in Chestertown, MD. It runs through the 18th of June. And I should know! I’m the Festival’s Official Mascot. If you love music as much as I do, you must check out <http://national music.us>. Tell ’em Nora sent you.