David Cameron's cat has been implicated in a second homes scandal. Claims have been made that he has been seen sleeping in the window of number 11 whilst allegedly claiming to live at number 10 Downing Street. A witness at number 11, who wishes to remain anonymous, has also stated that the cat was also seen there last week, laying claim to a saucer of milk.
The four-year old tabby, called Larry, was at London's Battersea Dogs and Cats Home before moving in to the UK Prime Minister's home. David Cameron is sticking loyally by his cat, "He came highly recommended to me by Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, who did a fantastic job looking after him. I am sure that this has all just been a terrible misunderstanding".
According to a friend still behind bars at the cat's home, Larry is, " a good honest cat what loves he's mum and wouldn't do nobody no harm, not no how".
Larry was unavailable for comment as we went to press. A Downing Street spokesman said, "He has been missing for some days now; you know what it is like, he has probably got accidentally locked in somebody's coal shed or somewhere. He will turn up eventually".
Larry is to sit in the House of Lords from January under the Governments new Lords Reform Bill.