Feline Freedom League Monthly Report: June 2013

From: Agent Cuddlebug

To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 2 June 2013

Subject: Respect

I do not want to come across as a complaining senior, but I must say that the younger agents are not as respectful of someone with my age and experience. I know a thing or two, and they would benefit from my counsel, not that they will ever admit that. They act as though they knew everything there is to know about this dangerous business we are in. I do not pretend to that. Here is much about the humans we live with that we felines don’t know. I also know that there is a correct way to get information, a wrong way, and a brash way. I have seen my younger colleagues use all three. The correct way is through plain observation. The wrong way is through blatant pandering and the brash way is the get in their faces kind of observation.

The first allows one to see their behavior, without too much danger to the observer. The second only shows their response to the pandering while the third can, and has, aroused them to anger. Anger is the one thing we felines should avoid from the humans. Our bodies are much smaller and they can inflict much damage – sometimes without meaning to. humans often have no idea what kind of power they have over us. We often don’t either. Please issue a warning to that effect so that no one gets hurt.

From: Agent Snickers

To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date:  2 June 2013

Subject: Respect

Agent Cuddlebug is correct that the others don’t show much respect. I suppose I don’t give him much in the way of respect either. As far as I can tell, he has gotten lazy in his old age and doesn’t deserve much respect. Any indoor agent can live that long – assuming they don’t provoke the humans they live with. That’s a simple fact of life, itself. Agent Cuddlebug should consider retirement. He deserves that at least, I suppose, considering the things he hints that he has lived through. I’m not entirely sure that all of those things were things that he lived through. For example, he claims to have had a giant for a partner. I find that hard to believe. He says that the Agent was huge, but a good partner. He also says that I had met Agent Milo as he named his former partner – the giant. I do not recall such a person. Perhaps I was too young. I know that there was another agent some time back and he was larger than normal, although I was also a rather small kitten… perhaps, he only seemed larger than normal.

In any case, Agent Cuddlebug is waxing nostalgic, as they say. He indulges in naps when he should be watching the comings and goings of the humans. He also hogs the best sunlight patches for his naps. He says it is good for his old bones. If he is becoming decrepit then he should put in for retirement. That’s all I am going to say on the matter.


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