The attack by Julian Assange in London has raised a long list of serious issues of press freedom and the scope of American justice.
But The New York Times wrote about these issues elsewhere. What is left is a significantly more frivolous, but broad question: What happened to his cat?
Regardless of one's feelings about Assange, the cat who had lived in the Ecuadorian embassy with WikiLeaks founder when he hailed to avoid catching, was a made-for-social media star.
Certainly, about t & # 39 ; social media accounts were an extension of Assange's policy, promoting its causes and deployed to sell t-shirts to a man deeply educated in celebrity and internet culture.
But if the cat was aiming to put a sweet face on it an international refugee, it worked extensively It's filled with people asking about the fate of the cat on Thursday.
Little is known about the cats' whereabouts now, or if we can follow them on Instagram.
The Ecuadorian Embassy in London did not return an email seeking information on what happened to the cat. However, several published reports in recent months indicate that the cat had left the embassy months ago.