In an interview with the Independent on Sunday, Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the British Labour party, has explained that he calls his cat, “The Cat.” Actually, he calls it “El Gato.”

“It’s a black and white cat. I always call it ‘El Gato’, which is just Spanish for cat,” Corbyn said. “When I see the cat I say, ‘Buenos dias, El Gato’. Actually, cats don’t know their name, cats know voices.

Corbyn’s previous cat, the Sun reports, was named “Harold Wilson,” for the former Labour leader.

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“What he does respond to, when I ask him to come in, is the tune of ‘Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree’. I whistle to it. I can’t sing, you see.”

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