Bidens bringing cat to the White House: report

Dr. Jill Biden photographed with the Biden family's two dogs Major and Champ. (Dr. Jill Biden via Twitter)

The Bidens reportedly plan to bring a third pet to the White House: a cat.

The future First Family will break the news in an interview Sunday morning on CBS:

The announcement follows through on a plan at least months in the making.

President-elect Joe Biden's wife, Dr. Jill Biden, told FOX 5's Angie Goff in September that she'd "love to get a cat."

The First Cat would join the Biden's two German Shepherds: Major and Champ.

Major will be the first rescue dog in the White House.

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Abraham Lincoln was the first president to bring a cat to the White House. Secretary of State William Steward gifted Lincoln two cats: Tabby and Dixie, after his election.

Lincoln later adopted three stray kittens found near then-Union General Ulysses S. Grant's headquarters in City Point, Va. during the Siege of Petersburg.

More recently, Bill Clinton had his beloved adopted stray cat "Socks" and George W. Bush had a black cat named India "Willie" Bush.

India was named after baseball player Rubén Sierra, who was nicknamed "El Indio" during his time with the Texas Rangers while Bush owned the team.