Kickass, the doorstop dog, obviously cannot pass up the opportunity to join the keeper in commenting on recent developments concerning future occupancy of the White House. First is the news that President-elect Biden broke a couple of small bones in his right foot while playing with one of his two dogs—Major; and then there was the announcement that there would be a Biden cat in the White House. Over all of this is the constant tweeting from the defeated POTUS that he intends to stay in the White House until Hell freezes over or there is a recount of the votes from Alcatraz, whichever comes first.
It is, of course, unfortunate that just when he may be called on to kick his Tweety-Bird predecessor out of the White House, the President-elect breaks his right foot. But that is the kind of unexpected thing that is always happening to Democrats, and it is fortunate that, as a Dem, Biden would be better at kicking with his left foot anyway.
As to cats in the White House: it has happened before, with Bill Clinton and others, and so it is not a big deal. In fact, a White House cat could be helpful in eliminating the family of rats currently infesting the network of Washington rat holes, particularly in the Senate.
Some heavy duty White House fumigating will, of course, be in order between now and Jan. 20; and the keeper and Kickass wish the incoming occupants well with that: even a cat should not have to put up with the stench of narcissistic over-reach and the abject indifference to a public suffering from hunger, sickness and the death of loved ones.