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Cats in History - Napoleon
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Cats in History
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Cats in History - Julius Caesar
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Cats in History - Mussolini
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CATS IN HISTORY SERIES

Napoleon, along with Mussolini, Julius Caesar and Hitler had tyranny and thirst for world domination in common. All are reputed to have been Ailurophobes fear of cats terror struck by pussycats.

 

In this series of four we see how the cat has influenced the lives of these powerful men.

 

NAPOLEON, seen here having mistakenly placed the cat on his head instead of his hat, tucks his hand into his waistcoat to hide the cats scratches. The cat is Josephines of course.

 

JULIUS CAESARS wife, Calpurnia, had a cat called Brutus. The final blow on the Ides of March, a wicked scratch to the famous conk, was struck by Brutus!

 

HITLERS famous salute derived from the time Eva Brauns cat scratched the palm of his hand.

 

The cat belonging to one of MUSSOLINIS many mistresses scratched him on the chin thus creating the famous jutting chin pose.