Re: Is Julian's cat leaving little "presents" on the carpet in the Ecuadorian embassy?
I'm torn on this one. On the one hand, cats can be extremely attached to their people, especially if they're inside with the person 24/7, so being taken away by total strangers is traumatic. OTOH, it sounds like Assange may not be cleaning the litterbox (or waste on the floor), washing the water/food bowls, or cleaning & tossing/recycling any cat food tins, and that would be a very unhealthy environment for the cat to live in.
Hopefully either Assange will start taking proper care of the poor cat, or somebody it already trusts & likes will take it home to live with them.