1. 1810: This cat, Napoleon Bonaparte, divorces his first wife Joséphine (also a cat).
He slept all day for years afterwards, a trait he passed on to his children and his children’s children, until one day all cats were known for their excessive nap habits.
2. 1863: The London Underground, the world’s oldest underground transportation for cats, opens.
Soon thereafter, the city’s government realized that cats had no where to go that they couldn’t dart to themselves, and allowed humans to use the Underground as well.
4. 1946: The United Nations assembles for the first time to address the threat of a giant flying cat.
The cat showed up and ruined everything. To this day its whereabouts are unknown.
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