Larry (left) came face to face with the Palmerston (right)
Photo: Nick Dixon / Facebook
In London I fought the cat the Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may named Larry and a cat from the office of the foreign office Palmerston. This was reported on Twitter journalist Nick Dixon February 16.
“Drama at Downing street this morning – Larry, the cat, came face to face with the Palmerston Ministry of foreign Affairs. In the cat the battle of the torn fur and the collar,” wrote the journalist.
Drama at Downing Street this morning – Larry the cat has a face off with Palmerston from the Foreign Office. Fur and collar ripped off in the cat fight. @GMB pic.twitter.com/xGWUwZwlmO
— Nick Dixon (@NickDixonITV) 16 Feb 2018
The official website of the Premier cat Larry retweeted the post with the comment: “Oh.”
— Larry the Cat (@Number10cat) 16 Feb 2018
As reported Daily Mail, after a scuffle on the road remained to lie in a collar with British flag. As it turned out, lost it Larry what the magazine’s staff concluded that “battle” was won by Palmerston. The newspaper said that Palmerston is “more successful worker”, as he was caught Downing street for 27 mice, but Larry “prefers to pose for the photographers.”