Feline Freesom League: Strangers in the Habitation

From: Agent Snickers             To: Mr. Whiskers

Date: 9 January 2011

Subject: Strangers in the habitation

I was appalled to see many strange humans in our location. One of them arrived with many strange smelling bags and bundles. She went set up some sort of shrine and then conducted a ritual, the like I have never before seen. She first handed out instructions to the service to come to the other strangers and the older female human inhabitant of this habitation. She then lifted each item in the shrine, showed them to the humans and then passed them around. Once the ritual was concluded, the humans gathered around the ritual leader and exchanged papers with her.

From: Agent Cuddlebug     To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 9 January 2011

Subject: Strangers in the habitation

I admit that I was dozing as I hoped to learn more about humans. Humans started arriving and I kept a close eye on them. I believe, contrary to Agent Snicker’s assessment that this was a ritual, I believe it was a gathering of human females as they looked over items for sale. I was listening to their chatter. They were not performing a ritual, they were playing a game. Even including the slavering canine in their game. It was nauseating. I was quite relieved when they left.

From: Agent Mulder     To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 9 January 2011

Subject: Strangers in the habitation

I was on duty in the street side room of the habitation. I had to visit the litter box room. Since Agent Storm was on duty in the other room and the others were monitoring the humans, I made my way through the party in the habitation to the litter box room and back to my station. I know it looked as though I was frightened, but I was merely rushing to the litter box room and back to my station to keep it manned.

From: Agent Smudge     To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 9 January 2011

Subject: Strangers in the habitation

I found the strangers non-threatening. They paid only a little attention to us as we circulated around the room, listening to them as they talked. I think the one stranger was trying to sell things to the others in the room. As for useful information, I was unable to gather any.

From: Agent Luna     To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 9 January 2011

Subject: Agents in the habitation

I concur with Agents Smudge, Cuddlebug, and Mulder in their belief that this is no ritual. I did my best to learn as much as I could from the bags the females brought in as well as listening to their conversations. Like Agent Smudge, I was unable to get any useful information.

From: Agent Storm     To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 9 January 2011

Subject: Strangers in the habitation

I resisted the temptation to go investigate the party, as there would have been no one to cat my station. I couldn’t hear the humans well enough to learn what was going on. I did however manage a look at the younger female’s computer. I was unable to crack it, although I believe I am close to cracking it.

From: Agent Crusher     To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 9 January 2011

Subject: Strangers in the W habitation

I watched the humans as they entered the habitation. I have had to maintain a low profile ever since the older female heard me in my hiding place so I have not been able to gather much intelligence on these creatures, and why they hold some of us prisoner.

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