Posted October 24, 2018 09:58:00Canada’s government is offering rewards for videos showing how to pet Mickey Mouse, the most popular mouse in Canada, for viewers who share their story of how the animal came to be.
In the latest video, a mother with a dog named Bobbi looks on as a baby mouse named Mickey comes into the care of her and her three children.
The story, posted on Facebook and YouTube, begins with Bobbi’s mother, Michelle Macdonald, who had a cat named Cookie.
Bobbi was about the same size as Cookie and a little bigger, Macdonald told CBC News.
Macdonald said she was concerned about Mickey and wondered how he got in her home, and how long he’d been there.
She also wondered if she should give him a treat.
She decided to put her cat to sleep and took Mickey with her.
She and her children left Mickey on a table, and they thought Mickey would fall asleep, but he stayed up.
She called her husband, who took the mouse home.
After two days, the cat was gone, and she couldn’t find Mickey.
So she put him in a plastic bag and left him with her two other children, she said.
“When I got home, I saw Mickey had fallen asleep in the corner,” Macdonald said.
“I thought, what did I do wrong?
And that’s when I decided to go for a walk.”
Mickey Mouse was introduced to Canada in 1963.
He was given a nickname, Mickey Mouse after a British newspaper cartoonist.
The cat has become an icon for Canadians.
Canadians who have seen the video have posted their own videos, including one about how the mouse became a symbol of love and peace.
A government spokesperson said the rewards are a reward for those who share video that helps others see Mickey in a different light.
“This reward program encourages Canadians to share their stories of how Mickey became a beloved symbol of peace and love,” the spokesperson said in a statement.