June Quarterly Report: The Interrogation

From: Agent Cuddlebug

To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 3 June 2012

Subject: The Interrogation

The humans have performed more of their barbaric interrogations. This time, the victim was Agent Storm. Something must be done about this barbarity. They chose him because he has been acting ill. Storm likely made a target of himself through both his irritability and his sudden weight loss. The younger female bundled him into a portable cell and took him away. When they returned, he was hysterical. It took hours for him to calm down enough to tell us of the depraved interrogation. He could not remember exactly what they asked him, but he swears that he told them nothing. I believe him. I think he gabbled and spoke only nonsense, being too terrified to speak coherently. He was certainly incoherent when they returned.

He will likely deny the hysteria, but that is exactly how he seemed – hysterical. I will say that the human probably drugged him during his hour there. The young female continued to force drugs on him even after they returned. Then, after he was calm again, the young female once again, confined him in that cage and took him away. This time, she drugged him before they left. He was calmer when they returned, and still swears that they learned nothing from him during the interrogation. I do now know what he told them. We helpless felines cannot stand against drugs. Is there nothing we can do to prevent these sudden trips to interrogation? What are the guidelines for avoiding such treatment? We field agents need to know what support we can expect in the event that we are interrogated.

From: Agent Snickers

To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 3 June 2012

Subject: The Interrogation

It was pitiful. Agent Storm was wild-eyed on his return from the first interrogation. I believe that he drew too much attention to himself with the weight loss and irritability. It made the humans believe that he was vulnerable and they were clearly correct in that assumption. The use of drugs I can only think is a disturbing turn of events. We, none of us, are proof against drugs. I do not believe that there is anything anyone could do if agents are interrogated while under the influence of drugs. If I may suggest that, if any agents were to provide the humans with useful information under such circumstances that they not be punished nor denigrated in any way for it. There is little that can be done to counter such tactics after all. Agent Storm is a strong agent, and he doesn’t deserve ill treatment from us as well as the despicable humans.

I will say one more thing about Agent Storm; he appears to be recovering well from the ordeal. He has even gained back some of the weight that he’d lost, drawing the attention in the first place. I believe that he will ultimately make a complete and total recovery.

As for support, I don’t think that we can do much more than to not chastise any feline interrogated under such circumstances. That is my official recommendation in this matter. Please advise us as to any policy changes that are placed in effect as a result of Agent Storm’s ordeal

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