Napoleon free at last

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The Independent Online
The Council of State, the Netherlands' highest legal authority, has ruled that Napoleon the cat should be released from house arrest for three hours a day, AP reports from Wassenaar.

The legal troubles began after the black tomcat, weary of a special diet necessitated by weak kidneys, began sneaking into opulent local houses in search of snacks. A neighbour complained to the City Council of Napoleon's 'aggressive attitude' and the cat's owner, Harry Vennekens, was ordered to keep the cat inside. He appealed, won and announced 'Napoleon is a free cat'.

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