On 15 March 44 BC Julius Caesar lay prone and dying in an area of Rome now known as Largo Argentina, after having been stabbed by Brutus. Today, it is likely that where the bloody corpse of Caesar once lay you will find a feline body stretched to full length enjoying the Roman sun. In fact, throughout the ruins, you will observe at least 100 cats reclining in various states of repose. This presents a much more palatable picture than the slaying of one of Rome