FFL January 2011 Report

From: Mr. Whiskers     To: Team H

Date: 2/13/2011    Subject: Destination of the Humans

Please determine where the humans go when they leave your location on the days when the buzzer signals that they are to stop sleeping. This could be something we can use against them in the future.

From: Agent Trouble     To: Mr. Whiskers

Date: 2/13/2011    Subject: Where the Humans Go

You requested information on where the humans go every day. I can’t say for sure, but I do know that for a period of time last season cycle, the female stayed in every day and the male continued his trips to where ever he goes. They refer to it as work. right now, the female goes to this work and the male stays in. for a while before they brought in that tree they wouldn’t let us climb, they both went to this work, but they went at different times and returned at different times. the male would leave earlier than the female and return several hours before she did. I have no idea what this work is, but the male dressed the same every day while the female varied her clothing.

The color variations that humans can get to their fur is amazing. It must be nice to be able to completely change your fur whenever you want to. Sometimes, I get so tired of my stripes. I can’t change them and that’s when I envy the humans’ ability to change their fur. Then it gets cold and I see that their fur isn’t as warm as mine. Sometimes, when it is really cold here, I snuggle up to the female to share warmth. I’m not colluding with the humans, I am only using her to stay warm.

I will continue my investigation into this work that the humans visit every day and I hope to have more information on it at a later date.

From: Agent Pica     To: Mr. Whiskers

Date: 2/13/2011    Subject: Where the Humans Go

Agent Trouble is correct in that they go to something they call work. I don’t believe it is a pleasant place although the female was pleased when she got something called a job and began making regular trips to work. It is perplexing, this work. I gather it is something that they don’t really enjoy, but do anyway. Humans are odd creatures.

At the moment, the male stays here with us, but closes himself off in the upper portion of this structure. We are still left to our own devices except when he comes down. We must be careful when looking out of certain windows. They allow us access to some, but others we must use cautiously.

They get into the box-on-wheels that goes to the vet, if they go to the vet every day, I can fully understand why they don’t like it. I do not know why they would go there unless forces as we are forced. It’s a place of torture. They stick us with sharp things and it smells terribly. There are large and small canines and other felines so miserable they hiss warnings at us.

Some of them were sick, I am almost certain of that. Why would humans collect sick ones and what to they do to them? the thought frightens me. I have the feeling that they are planning something. I will do my best to find out what it is, but I cannot promise anything.


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