Dr Johnson and his cat "Hodge" in a 19th C. engraving. According to Boswell, "I never shall forget the indulgence with which he treated Hodge, his cat: for whom he himself used to go out and buy oysters... when I observed he was a fine cat, [Johnson said,] 'Why yes, Sir, but I have had cats whom I liked better than this;' and then as if perceiving Hodge to be out of countenance, adding, 'but he is a very fine cat, a very fine cat indeed.'"
This cat who might tell you about what he's seen if you meet him outside after dark.
This one is especially satisfying if the outdoor temp is 20 degrees below 0.
This is what Giuseppe would look like if he would sit still long enough for me to take his picture.