David Cameron faces his last Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) at the House of Commons in London on July 13, 2016.
David Cameron says goodbye
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CNN  — 

As David Cameron’s last day as British Prime Minister rolls to an end, it’s understandable that things got a little bit sentimental.

In his last ever Prime Minister’s Questions, Cameron was in a lighthearted mood as he dismissed rumors that Larry, the famous Downing Street cat, was going to face eviction.

There were concerns that Larry could be homeless when the keys to 10 Downing Street, the Prime Minister’s office, are handed over to incoming PM Theresa May later Wednesday.

He took the opportunity to share photographic evidence to show just how fond he is of the cat. He also posted a picture of a contented looking Larry, enjoying a prime seat in his Number 10 home.

And on his very own Twitter account, Larry shared the love and responded affectionately, if a little cheekily, to Cameron’s snapshot.

Cameron ended by saying: “Sadly I can’t take Larry with me. He belongs to the house and the staff love him very much, as do I.”