Feline Freedom League October 2016 Mission Report

From: Agent Cuddlebug To: Mr. Whiskers Date: 2 October 2016
Subject: Mission Report

The younger female was gone for a time. They do that occasionally. They go away for a while and then they come back. I have not been able to discover where they go when they leave. Sometimes they all go away and come back. Mostly though the females go and the male stays behind. Sometimes the male goes away and the females stay behind. Other times, the females leave and a little while later the male leaves as well. I don’t know if they meet up anywhere else. Perhaps they are leaving for secret planning sessions for whatever plans they are making for whatever purpose. I’m not sure how we could find out. Agent Probie could hide in one of the bags that the females take out with them. It would be dangerous though. He could be discovered and interrogated. Now that I think about it, the younger female smelled as though she’d been to a Place of Interrogation. Does anyone know if they interrogate each other? That could be important information to know.I will do my best to find out if that is the case if you agree that it could be important.

I do think that Agent Probie should cease his interrogations of those odd creatures. We learn nothing from them and it only agitates the humans. He will not listen to me. I believe that a directive from Headquarters would make him stop.

From: Agent Mulder To: Mr. Whiskers Date: 2 October 2016
Subject: Mission Report

I do believe that Agent Cuddlebug is correct. I think that perhaps the young female has been to an interrogation place. However, I think she was actually doing the interrogation. I remember that she used to go out every day and come back smelling of interrogation. I am not sure what she did, but she came back smelling like the interrogation rooms that we smell when they pack us up for interrogation.

As for hiding Agent Probie in the bags that the females take with them when they go out, I am sure that he could hide easily enough. He is small and light enough to keep from being found. He is also quick so that if they did see him in the bag, he would be able to easily evade capture. I do not think anyone else would be as good at such a covert mission as Agent Probie. It would also keep him from grabbing the tails off of those odd creatures. The humans really don’t like it when he does that. They could take revenge on all of us because Agent Probie is torturing their allies. It would be wiser to leave their allies alone.

Michigan Humane Society: Somebody here needs you.

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