Our history stores the names and merits of not only outstanding people but also legendary cats.
The cardinal's cassock was covered with cat hair, which caused him to part with a queen allergic to cat hair.
Muhammad was so attached to him, he'd let the cat sit on his lap while he gave his sermons. He'd even drink water that Muezza had previously been lapping up.
Ship's cat who purportedly served during World War II with both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy and survived the sinking of three ships.
Simon, a ship cat who was once seriously injured by shrapnel, was able to survive, take on his direct duties (catching rats on a ship), and continued to raise the morale of the sailors.
The heroine cat, who in 1996 made headlines around the world for pulling her five kittens to safety from a raging fire. In honor of Scarlett, the “Scarlett Prize for Heroism in Animals” was established, which is awarded to animals who have committed heroic deeds.
A woman in the US has paid $50,000 (£26,000) for Little Nicky, the first-ever cat cloned to be someone's pet. He looks just like any other nine-week-old kitten, but Little Nicky was created from the DNA of another much-loved pet, also called Nicky.