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Diego Cruz (left) and Sergio Chamorro pose with their cat, Morris, in their home in Xalapa, Mexico, on Saturday, June 15, 2013. Put forth as candidate by Mr. Camacho and a group of friends after they became disillusioned with the empty promises of politicians, Morris, a black-and-white cat with orange eyes, is running for mayor of Xalapa, in eastern Mexico, with the campaign slogan "Tired of Voting for Rats? Vote for a Cat." And he is attracting tens of thousands of politician-weary, two-legged supporters on social media. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez)
Photo by: Felix Marquez
Diego Cruz (left) and Sergio Chamorro pose with their cat, Morris, in their home in Xalapa, Mexico, on Saturday, June 15, 2013. Put forth as candidate by Mr. Camacho and a group of friends after they became disillusioned with the empty promises of politicians, Morris, a black-and-white cat with orange eyes, is running for mayor of Xalapa, in eastern Mexico, with the campaign slogan "Tired of Voting for Rats? Vote for a Cat." And he is attracting tens of thousands of politician-weary, two-legged supporters on social media. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez)

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