Please watch the video at: https://youtu.be/R4c_jyTH1a4
The video depicts the two cats observing the widow in deep sorrow looking at her husband’s picture and then suddenly picking up and begin studying a fictional "U-nyan" (Meaning “U-Meow”) correspondence course for cats. “U-Meow” includes text and DVD materials in cat paw language designed to teach them how to “stand on their hind legs”, “shake their tails”, and “give massages”. This scene raises the question why the cats are studying the “U-Meow” correspondence course materials?
This question is answered when the cats take a surprising and heartwarming behavior when they see once again the old lady crying with her husband’s picture in her hands. Do watch the moving story of the elderly widow and her two cats online.
“The true value of correspondence courses is their ability to provide people with new knowledge and skills by enabling them to study at their convenience wherever and whenever they like,” said Kentaro Kimura, Executive Creative Director at Hakuhodo Kettle. “Based upon this strength of U-CAN’s correspondence course business, we came up with the story line of a lonely elderly widow living in the remote mountainous region of Japan with her cats to demonstrate the ability of U-CAN’s correspondence course to help cheer up the old lady saddened by the loss of her husband.”
U-CAN, Inc. creates various learning materials that make “studying fun” and provides “happiness through knowledge” in the fields of education, culture and entertainment. Courses include 140 courses in various fields including licenses, hobbies, education and others provided through correspondence courses. Also videogrammes, music software, books, CDs, videos and DVDs that are designed to stimulate users’ intellectual curiosity are sold via mail-order services. Please visit our website for more details: http://www.u-can.co.jp/