Cooper’s 15 Minutes of Fame

Last week when we told you about Cooper’s visit to The Parthenon, we didn’t exactly tell the whole story.  There was a bit more to his trip than a sightseeing tour.

Cooper was actually there to film his television television debut!  He was there to film a segment for local news segment, More at Midday, and to solicit votes for his Presidential run.  Excuse the poor video quality, the segment didn’t end up on their website so you’re stuck with my amazing video-of-the-TV method.

Personally, I think that since he was the only one to show up for the debate, that ought to get him a few extra votes, don’t you? Remember, you can VOTE FOR COOPER by donating $5 to Agape Animal Rescue.  Or, a $20 donation will cast a vote for Cooper as well as get you a T-shirt with his lovely mug on the back.

And, unlike at the human polls, in this election you can cast as many votes as you like! Right now the race is super duper close, so won’t you please help Cooper pull ahead of the pack (har) and show the world that a lovable, adoptable pit bull mutt can be just as loved and trusted as America’s most popular pet and a local celebri-dog?  He’s got my vote!

Remember, Cooper is still on the market! If you’d like to add Cooper to your family, please fill out an adoption application with Agape Animal Rescue.

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8 responses to “Cooper’s 15 Minutes of Fame

  1. I am dying over here!!! This is the most awesome thing ever!!!! Go Cooper!!! This made my day!

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  2. Shelley

    What a GREAT spot!!!!! Love it!

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  3. I think it says a lot about Cooper as a candidate that he was the only one who showed up for the debates. My vote is for Cooper all the way! 🙂

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  4. Laura S

    way to go Cooper! Such a great video, love the support of the news station 🙂

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