Feline Freedom League March 2016

From: Agent Storm To: Mr. Whiskers Date: 6 March 2016
Subject: Mission Report March 2016

The new canine made a dreadful noise the other night. The creature alerted the humans to the plight of the younger female who had fallen. She has been doing that quite often lately. I don’t know why she is falling so much. It is a mystery. She was ok until a while ago and then she started falling over. She uses a prop when she walks. It’s a cage like thing that she must move as she walks. She is slower and we must be careful that the cage doesn’t land on our tails as she moves. The cage is ineffective though as she has fallen a couple of times even though she uses it.

The problem that we have is that the younger human falls often and the timing is not predictable. We do not understand what has happened. I do not think that it is anything that will spread to us as it has not spread to the older female or the male. It hasn’t even spread to any of the three canines. I do like the younger human and am concerned on her behalf. I do not consider concern for a human’s well-being to be collaboration, so if any of my colleagues try to say that I am collaborating, I will deny it. One can have compassion without collaborating and that is what I feel.

From: Agent Smudge To: Mr. Whiskers Date: 6 March 2016
Subject: Mission Report March 2016

I do not accuse Agent Storm of collaboration, but he should be careful in his concern for the younger female. Compassion is good, but it can be misconstrued. While it is not good that we to watch out for the cage. We also have to watch out for the younger female falling, which does impair our ability to do our tasks. It would not be good to be caught underneath her when she falls. I really don’t think the humans are happy with the younger female’s condition. They make noises when she falls and she goes away for a while. When she returns she smells as though she has been interrogated.

This puzzles me. Do humans interrogate each other? Or are they using the interrogation techniques to punish? It seems to me that the younger female is not doing this on purpose as I believe she gets hurt when she falls over. What kind of creature would punish their own for doing something that it cannot avoid doing? This only confirms my commitment to the League.

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