Feline Freedom League: Report to Headquarters December 2013

From: Agent Luna

To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 8 December 2013

Subject: The Probationary Agent, Probie

Agent Probie is too young for the responsibility of field agent. He ignores solid advice and is disrespectful to me and the other agents already stationed in this place. His behavior is atrocious. He even collaborates with the larger of the two canines here, the canine, known as Cooper.

As we have reported before, Cooper is a canine not much bigger than Agent Storm at his best, which I must say is not currently the case, more on that in a bit, though. Cooper is dark red in color and longer than he should be. He and Agent Probie are nearly inseparable. This collaboration needs to be stopped. I believe that Agent Probie has the potential to become a collaborator with the canines. He should be disciplined, possibly even imprisoned for such treason. He should be removed from this location and sent back to the Academy for further training. This should be done immediately before he can fall into the clutches of the canine corps. His collaboration with a canine is a disgrace to felines everywhere.

From: Agent Storm

To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ

Date: 8 December 2013

Subject: The Probationary Agent, Probie

I have been thinking about Agent Probie’s ‘collaboration’ with the canines and I think we have an opportunity here to exploit the situation. Perhaps Probie could learn about what the canines hope to accomplish by inserting these two mismatched spies in our camp. I believe that Probie should try to pretend to befriend the canines, perhaps that is his intention with this unhealthy ‘play’ with the canine known as Cooper.

If he can get in with them, he may be able to learn what they are doing here and why they were sent here. That could be invaluable information for us. I will attempt to counsel him in that direction, but I feel the idea will find more merit with him if it came from headquarters. Please advise how you want me to play this situation. I really believe that we can turn this ‘friendship’ to our own advantage. Canines are really not that clever after all. Agent Probie should be able to fool them easily enough, if he hasn’t already had this idea himself. He does seem to be an enterprising young agent. Perhaps he will make an excellent uncover operative, spying on the canine spies. I will suggest that to him, if you think that he will be able to get some good intelligence on what the canines are up to.

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