Thu 13 March 2014, The Independent

Cats and dog suspected of spying on WWI trenches by British intelligence officers

By Heather Saul
British intelligence officers in the First World War suspected two cats and a dog of spying for the Germans, in official army documents published by the National Archives today.
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