Bo Obama's Prom Invite by Goldendoodle Ramona Goes Viral (Video)

Friday, 22 Mar 2013 10:08 AM

By Megan Anderle

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America's most famous dog, Portuguese water dog Bo Obama, is beloved by Democrats and Republicans alike, but the "first dog" has a number one fan: Ramona, a Goldendoodle, who proposed to the first family's dog and invited her to prom via YouTube video.

In an ultimate proclamation of love, the viral video (below) made by the Oregon Humane Society shows Ramona Ramona with a series of thought bubbles.

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"Oh no! I don't have a date for Doggie Dash!" the first thought bubble says.

The pup then uses Twitter and Facebook to send messages to Bo Obama. When Bo doesn’t respond, the determined Goldendoodle (a cross between a goldren retiriever and a poodle) looks to use a telephone to connect with the First Dog.

"What do you mean he doesn't have a cell phone?" she then thinks.

Ramona sends a "paw-written" invitation to Bo Obama with pink hearts decorating the invite.

The Oregon Humane Shelter made the video to get publicity for their hug fundraising drive. The fundraiser benefits animal shelters across the nation, attracting thousands of dogs and their owners to Portland. 

At this year's 26th annual event, on May 11, the organization hopes to raise $450,000 for animal shelters.

The organization has also created an online petition to bring the famed first dog to the event.

The video is a play on a number of YouTube invites to celebrities.

This week, Kate Upton stunned a young man when she said she would attend prom with him if her schedule allowed. The young man made a funny YouTube video doing pushups to impress Upton and then giving a Ferris Bueller-esque monologue in the shower about why she should be his date.

 It is not known yet whether Bo Obama has accepted the invite.

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