The Cats of Westminster are as likely as their human underlings to get Brexit right
An Update to the 03/29/2019 Brexit: Due to the failed vote on Jan 15, we misdirect your attention to this other bit of news.
Everyone loves the PBS series Victoria . . . . But did you know about Palmerston on Twitter ?
Yes, "Palmerston The Cat" was installed in the Foreign Secretary's office down the block on Downing Street - as a mouser in April 2016
This was mostly in response to "Larry The Cat" who was installed at 10 Downing Street in Feb 2011.
Larry became such a media success that he remains even when if Prime Minister is voted out. And he even got a chance to meet President Obama on one occasion. Larry retains the Title of Chief Mouser, but overall, his prowess as a Mouser is on the low-end. He was helped out briefly by Freya owned by Osborne of the Exchequer.
Last to be installed in the government circles was "Gladstone the Cat" in June 2016 as Chief Mouser at the Treasury, followed by Evie, named after Dame Evelyn Sharp, the first female permanent secretary, and Ossie after Sir Edward Osmotherly, author of the Osmotherly Rules, the guide that civil servants have when giving evidence to parliamentary select committees.
It seems that most of these roles are like the US Supreme Court and are appointments for life. But Palmerston is unique in that he has appointed other mousers (Lawrence of Abdoun named after Lawrence of Arabia , and Leyla Pixie in Instanbul ) to their overseas roles.
Evie, no webpage yet @HMCabinetCat (Evie The Cat, named after Dame Evelyn Sharp. Mother of Ozzie.)
A list of all the Players https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cats#United_Kingdom
and their haunts