FFL: November Report

From: Agent Storm To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 18 November 2012

Subject: Weight Issues

I may have lost a little weight, but that does not mean that I am ill or in any way incapable of performing my duties. So why is everyone on my case about this weight loss? I don’t think the humans gave me anything that would make me lose weight like that. I am a little underweight, I’ll admit, but there is no cause for anyone to be alarmed. I am fine. I am not even losing any more weight. I’ll probably gain back some of it. I just got a little over enthusiastic with my dieting.

I am not likely to go back for another interrogation, so there is no reason to believe that I am a danger to the team. I do not know if Agent Snickers has formally offered the suggestion that I be retired or not. I am aware of her snide comments about me as well as my late illness, not that I am actually ill.

I am still an active agent and I resent the implication that I am unable to perform my duties. I have my station and I still have a lot to contribute. I am not ready for retirement, and if you deem me as slated for retirement, I would like to point out that Agent Cuddlebug is older than I am, so if you force me to retire, he should be forcibly retired as well. It’s only fair. He doesn’t do much anyway. If anyone is past his prime, it is Agent Cuddlebug, not that I’m asking for his removal from the team. Far from it, he may still have something to offer. Experience is not without value.

From: Agent Luna To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 18 November 2012

Subject: Weight Issues

Agent Storm is too thin. It’s obvious that he has been quite ill. It started before his interrogation, which didn’t help him much. He may think that he’s only a little underweight but he is practically skeletal. He needs to concentrate on gaining some of that weight back. That’s not to say that I believe him incapable of performing his duty, but he is not a healthy weight – nowhere near it. As for his comments about Agent Cuddlebug, well they were uncalled for. Agent Cuddlebug has done nothing to warrant such an attack.

While Agent Cuddlebug is the eldest of our team, I, for one, appreciate his experience and wisdom. I am not sure what we would do without his advice, well, those of us with the brains to accept his advice. Some of our younger members do not respect him, which is sad. I had thought better of Agent Storm. I would not have thought that he would attack Agent Cuddlebug’s age in that manner. I shall be giving him the rough edge of my tongue for that.

I will report that the humans have imprisoned the younger canine in a smaller cell. He still makes disgusting messes on the floor. The older canine is still a bother, but he seems to be settling down a bit. I doubt the other canine is responsible, though. He is simply growing up – as much as a canine can grow up. Canines rarely mature, unless they are so old that they can’t move much.

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