Say hello to Nemo, the ‘First Dog’ of France!
Politicians rarely have friends they can trust, do they? That’s why the smarter of the lot turn to dogs. Consider how the US Presidential elections get swayed to a degree by the dogs. Approval ratings, image perception, and PR, all seem to get a positive influence from dogs.
Let’s vote for people who rescue dogs!
And Nemo isn’t complaining.
The first family of France has named their youngest member after Captain Nemo, the famous fictional character in Jules Verne’s ‘Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.’
The Macrons adopted Nemo from the SPA animal shelter at Hermeray, outside Paris.
France’s first dog is all set for an adventure!
Also, read Pets in Politics!
— Abhishek Joshi 👨💻🐶 (@kaalicharan) September 6, 2017
Nemo recently made his first public appearance, joining President Macron in welcoming President Mahamadou Issoufou of Niger to the Elysee Palace for a meeting of state.
Here’s wishing Nemo great happy years of service ahead!