|From:||Mr. Whiskers||To:||All Agents||Date:||4 December 2016|
I am pleased to announce that Agent Molly has joined our organization. On a sadder note, we have confirmed the loss of Agent Pica, likely to illness. Agent Skittlebutt is also new to our organization. I hope his new clowder will give him a warm welcome. He has undergone torture which has led to the loss of one of his legs. I trust this will not be an issue with his new teammates.
Given that we have lost so many agents recently, and with the addition of our two new agents, I have assigned partnerships to all agents who have more than one agent in residence. The partners are as follows: Agent Cuddlebug will partner with Agent Mulder. Agent Probie will partner with Agent Skittlebutt. Agent Smudge will partner with Agent Storm. As Agent Molly is alone in her location, she will have no partner. We are uncertain if she will get a partner or not. That decision is yet to be made, but I will say that the budget is tight and a partner for Agent Molly may not be possible.
Each pair of agent partners will submit a report once every four months. This will begin next month. Agents Storm and Smudge will be reporting in January, May, and September. Agents Cuddlebug and Mulder will report in February, June, and October. Agent Molly, who has no partner, will report in March, July, and November. Agents Probie and Skittlebutt will report in April, August, and December.
|From:||Agent Skittlebutt||To:||Mr. Whiskers||Date:||4 December 2016|
I don’t need a partner. I was fine on my own. My missing leg doesn’t change anything. I can do my job just fine, thank you. I do not need anyone watching me do my job either.
That said, I have to admit that I have been welcomed here at this location by the other cats here. I’m not that pleased to find canines, can’t abide the creatures, but these appear to be well trained in that they don’t mess with the felines. I think the cats did well with their training. I suppose I could learn to get along with the creatures.
This place is a good one for a human habitation. I would like to roam out of doors as I used to, but I admit that I do not think my loss of a leg will allow that. I do know that the sun angle says it is time for the white stuff, but it hasn’t fallen yet, which surprises me. There are decorations on the habitations around us that are similar to those that went up in the cold time, but it isn’t cold. Agent Probie told me that it doesn’t get that cold here. I suppose that I will get used to that as well.
You can rest assured that I will do my duty to the best of my ability. There will be no cat to say that I do not pull my own weight. I will perform better than any other cat in this place.
Michigan Humane Society: Somebody here needs you.