On National Pet Day, the White House honors the first pets.
Willow, the Bidens' household cat, was filmed conducting “work” around the White House on Monday.
The short-haired gray tabby's three jobs are to test the nap capacity of every single desk, keep a watchful eye on the White House birds through a window, and search every room for food.
Willow has settled very nicely at the White House, the caption says. The video also features the first lady playing with Willow on the East Colonnade and their first meeting.
Willow first got Biden's attention at a 2020 campaign appearance when the cat leapt on stage and the owners of the property where the event was held saw their "immediate bond."
Her name comes from the first lady's hometown of Willow Grove, Pennsylvania.
The Bidens also adopted a puppy named Commander in December after losing their beloved German Shepherd Champ in June at the age of 13.
The Dogist featured Commander on Instagram for National Pets Day.
After a few confrontational incidents involving White House workers, their other German Shepherd, Major, has been residing away from the White House.