2007-10-16 17:21:28.000 – Nin,  Summit Cat

Agent Nin

Hello, this is Nin.

Do not be alarmed.
I have not been abducted.
I am on a secret mission.
I was sent down for my yearly physical.

I report to you now from the valley office location of Mount Washington Observatory. They also call this place the Weather Discovery Center but I have discovered no weather of any type since I have been here, at least not by my standards.

Here is what I have learned so far;

There are no mice here.
There are no hikers here.
I don’t smell food.
There is no kitchen here.
Nobody has any cookies.
There are no beds or fleece blankets that I can see.
There are no cat toys here and nobody seems to care.
I have to sit in a chair because there are no beds here.
There is not much cat hair on the furniture here (I am working on this).
The doors do not whistle and shake here.
This guy down the hall keeps growling at his computer and saying “Darn you , Vista!” (I don’t know who Vista is but it doesn’t sound like he’s going to get any cookies when they show up (I’m keeping a watch for the cookies).

That’s all I have to report for now.
The guy next to me might have cookies in his bag.
I’ll keep you posted.
I must sleep.



Nin,  Summit Cat

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