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From: Agent Cuddlebug To: Mr. Whiskers Date: 2 February 2014
Subject: The Attack

Something was on the roof of this place. I’m not sure how dangerous it was, but it smelled horrible and the noise was scary. My assignment is to watch from the large room with the long sitting places, but I think the sounds came from the roof above the small room, where the younger female often incarcerates Agent Storm. He gets special food that is denied to the rest of us. I’m not sure of the purpose of the special food, but it may well be that Agent Storm is compromised as a result.

To get back to the strange noises, the room was unoccupied, so it wasn’t anything to do with anyone being in there. I heard the humans say something about a crack n the skylight. I’m not sure what that is, but I think something was trying to break in. the humans didn’t seem concerned although the canines barked a lot. It didn’t deter the creature on the roof, so I don’t know why they continued to bark. It was a useless gesture after all. They couldn’t have reached the creature in any case. After a while, the smell came in. I think the creature may have released some noxious fumes to drive us out of the habitat, but it didn’t work. the humans ignored it, and we were left to smell it with no relief until it finally faded. The creature never seemed to get in, but I will keep watch in case it comes back.

From: Agent Snickers To: Mr. Whiskers Date: 2 February 2014
Subject: The Attack

Agent Cuddlebug is correct when he states that we were attacked. I am not certain why the humans were not concerned about the attempted attack to this place. Yet they seemed unconcerned. They acted as though it was a good thing that the attack happened. This could be a potential breach in our security. I sincerely hope that Agent Cuddle but is correct that no one was in the small room at the time of the attempted breach. I would not want to believe that Agent Storm could betray us.

On the other hand, he does get special food. He does not share it or even share the food. I don’t understand how the attack was supposed to go down. I don’t know if Agent Storm was part of a conspiracy to allow the attacker to come into this habitation. I can’t truly believe Agent Storm is part of such a conspiracy, though. He seems a bit standoffish, even more so since he started getting the special food. I find that I am wondering if he really is getting special food or is simply incarcerated for whatever reason. None of the humans go in there, so I don’t think it is an interrogation. I can only go with what Agent Storm says about his daily incarceration, and it is daily.

As for the attack, I believe it was a human trying to come into this habitation through the roof of that small room. It has water in it, but I don’t know why anyone would try to get in there. There is very little there, so there is nothing anyone could want. I can only say that it was a good thing the attacker was scared off by the canines’ noisy alerts.

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