One of these is Ramona. You figure it out.

For social media editors, the worst nightmare is accidentally posting something personal on the work account.
On Monday night, NPR swing editor Christopher Dean Hopkins lived that nightmare when he posted about Ramona, on NPR’s Facebook account:
Twelve minutes later, after realizing his mistake, he edited that post and replaced it with this:
“We don’t generally delete posts, so I tried to do it in a way that would be transparent,” Hopkins says. “My job is to promote our good work, and I catastrophically failed in that last night.”
But what Hopkins didn’t anticipate — and we didn’t either — was how much people needed something “feel good,” after back-to-back-to-back-to-back tragedies — the Las Vegas massacre and the devastation in Puerto Rico, Florida and Houston from hurricanes.
And Ramona — who isn’t quite a year old yet — was it.
Now there are Ramona hashtags: #ramonaupdates, #bringbackramona, #ramonaforever. And she’s got friends at the Houston Zoo.
And …
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