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Julian Assange Gave Away His 'Embassy Cat'

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Julian Assange Gave Away His 'Embassy Cat'

Julian Assange Gave Away His 'Embassy Cat'

Business Insider reports Julian Assange has been living with a cat during his six-year stay at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

The WikiLeaks founder has given away his feline companion — known as "Embassy Cat" — as its "isolation became unbearable," Italy's La Repubblica newspaper reported.

He reportedly also wanted to give it a healthier life.

Assange was slapped with a new set of house rules in October including cat care, personal hygiene, and internet use.

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