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CNET gets one-on-one time with the famed Grumpy CatInternet celebrity Grumpy Cat showed up at Macy's in downtown San Francisco to help get the word out about pet adoptions and promote her new Lifetime movie "Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever." She lived up to her name.
[INAUDIBLE] We're gonna bring out Grumpy Cat. [NOISE] That is the cutest cat right there ever. [NOISE] [CROSSTALK] Grumpy. Super cute. [CROSSTALK] I'm Brian Bundesen, and I'm the founder of Grumpy Cat. I was visiting Tabitha, my sister in September of 2012, and it was my first time seeing Tartar Sauce. And I took a picture of her, and I thought it was too cute and had to share so I posted it on Reddit. And everybody thought that it was Photoshopped so we posted a couple quick, you know, like 15 second videos to YouTube, and they went viral. And now we've got a movie. Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever. [NOISE] Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever! [MUSIC] Saturday November 29th at eighth. On Lifestyle. [INAUDIBLE] [CROSSTALK]. [CROSSTALK] So cute. Inside the box. We'll take a box with us. Right. My name's Cynthia Kopec. I'm the Vice President of Marketing and Communications for the San Francisco SPCA. We're here at Macy's today. This is our 27th Annual Holiday Window. And the goal is to adopt out as many cats and dogs. As we can in this holiday season. And have Grump Cat here to kick off the festivities this evening. Five, four three two one. [APPLAUSE] [MUSIC] It's Wednesdays Macy's Union Square holiday windows with the San Fransico ASPCA. Take all the photos you can. Dude, we have to take photos. If you would like to adopt a pet, you can do so here in Macy's. The SPCA does has a table set up inside. Thank you.