U.S. Embassy wins Twitter users’ hearts with ‘cat pajama jam’ invite

A government worker in Australia accidentally sent an unfinished meeting email with placeholder text and an image of a feline lounging. It quickly made the rounds online.

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A recent email error is a reminder to check before hitting “send”—unless you want to become an internet sensation.

The U.S. Embassy in Australia recently won over Twitter users’ attention after it erroneously sent an invite for a “cat pajama-jam.” The email was titled “meeting,” but instead of the actual meeting details, the invite contained a block of lorem ipsum, an RSVP button and an image of a cat in pajamas.

Bustle reported:

The photo is of a cat wearing a Cookie Monster pajama onesie holding a plate of chocolate chip cookies. Mashable reported the photo belongs to Jennifer Stewart, a Melbourne woman who posts photos of her cats in fun onesies on her Instagram account @my_furry_babies.

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