November 19th - This Day In Cat History

November 19th has seen some of the greatest, most noble achievements in cat history…and some that are better left forgotten.

1. November 19, 1863

Abraham Lincoln’s cat, Abraham Lincat, delivers the Cattysburg Address in Cattysburg, Pennsylvania.

2. November 19, 1955

The conservative cat publication The Cational Review publishes its first issue.

3. November 19, 1990

The popular cat group Cat Milli Vanilli is stripped of its Grammy following the discovery that neither member meowed on any of their songs, instead relying on session cats.

4. November 19, 1998

The United States House of Representatives Judiciary Committee begins impeachment hearings against Presidential cat Socks Clinton for lying about his relationship with a White House intern.

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