The First Family is getting a cat to go along with the dog, so there's some normalcy back in the White House pet count after the last guy again.
The Biden family finally has a cat.
First lady Jill Biden's office has announced America's first family is excited to welcome a two-year-old, gray-and-white-striped feline named Willow to the White House.
Biden, a community college professor, named the cat after her hometown of Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, the first lady's spokesperson Michael LaRosa said.
"A farm cat from Pennsylvania, Willow made quite an impression on Dr. Biden in 2020 when she jumped up on the stage and interrupted her remarks during a campaign stop," LaRosa said. "Seeing their immediate bond, the owner of the farm knew that Willow belonged with Dr. Biden."
Dr. Biden had said in April that the family had a female cat "waiting in the wings."
The green-eyed, short-haired tabby cat was settling in well at the White House with "her favorite toys, treats, and plenty of room to smell and explore," LaRosa said.
In December the Bidens welcomed a new dog to the family, a German Shepherd named Commander, who was four months old at the time.
Trump didn't have any pets, mainly because 1) he had Rudy already, and 2) animals distrust him because he's, you know, a psychopath. It's good to see that the Bidens get along with pets.