|From:||Agent Probie||To:||Mr. Whiskers||Date:||1 May 2016|
|Subject:||Mission Report: May 2016|
The older female has returned. I could detect old traces of Agent Pica on her so she might know what happened to her. I do not know how to extract that information, as I have not been trained in extracting information from humans. I did ask my fellow agents, but they didn’t seem to now either. is there a course that I could take on the process? I would really like to know what happened to Agent Pica. The older female also smelled of cardboard boxes and a place I didn’t recognize. I have no idea what that means. If I could learn how to extract information from humans, I think I could be a more effective agent.
The older female seemed tired when she got here. The younger female has been taken away a few times as well. she hasn’t been gone as long though. she comes back smelling of the Vet. She still has problems moving. If I knew how to extract information from humans, I could find out what is wrong here. She used to move better and I’m told that she moved more before I arrived here. I do not believe that it is in any way my fault, but I would like the chance to prove that.
|From:||Mr. Whiskers||To:||All Agents||Date:||1 May 2016|
|Subject:||Hiring Freeze and Agent Replacement Policy|
We have received word that the humans that Agent Pica was observing, have relocated. Agent Calli reported that during her surveillance of the habitation, she saw the humans remove boxes from it. then, one day, a large truck was there and the humans were loading boxes and furniture into it. they returned the next day with a smaller truck and loaded that. the male was seen sporadically after that. it has been several weeks and the humans have not been see at the habitation. Strangers have been there, however.
Therefore, we have their scents, and that of Agent Pica, circulated among our agents. Agent Marmalade reported seeing them near his habitation, but was unable to catch a scent to be sure. The sighting was confirmed by Agent Tiger, who is in the habitation next door. Neither saw or smelled Agent Pica. It has been decided, therefore, that Agent Pica will be replaced. She will be replaced by an Agent in Waiting who will be named later. this in no way indicates that the hiring freeze has been lifted. It only means that we will replace agents on a needful basis. that is, we will replace agents when there are no other agents sufficiently placed to gather the information we require. Since we do not know exactly what happened to Agent Pica, we must take extreme care in choosing her replacement. We will keep you updated.
Michigan Humane Society: Somebody here needs you.