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In 1915, the New York Police Department had more than 100 house cats on the roster. Pete, Bill, and Tammy were just a few of the mousers on the job in Morrisania.

In 1915, the New York Police Department had more than 100 house cats on the roster. Pete, Bill, and Tammy were just a few of the mousers on the job in Morrisania.

A rescued kitten on the turret of a Sherman tank, 14 August 1944.

A rescued kitten on the turret of a Sherman tank, 14 August 1944.

Some cats cower and hide, other cats go on the offensive and use their excellent reflexes and slapping skills.

Some cats cower and hide, other cats go on the offensive and use their excellent reflexes and slapping skills.

Two men of the 9th Battalion, Gordon Highlanders (15th Division) with their pet cat. "Martinpuich," August 25th, 1916. [IWM] These Are the Brave and Fluffy Cats Who Served in World War I

Two men of the 9th Battalion, Gordon Highlanders (15th Division) with their pet cat. "Martinpuich," August 25th, 1916. [IWM] These Are the Brave and Fluffy Cats Who Served in World War I

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