Guinness Survives Close Call in North Korea

Guinness, eager to prove his bona fides with the 1st Feline Battalion, went on a solo reconnaissance mission in North Korea. Unfortunately, due to a miscommunication, he ended up a hundred miles away from his planned drop zone.

Almost immediately, he came under heavy enemy fire. Thankfully, the North Koreans can’t shoot very well. Guinness, in spite of a tremendous pursuit by North Korean Special Forces, managed to escape. Miraculously, he made it to a safe house near the border with China. Four days later, he was rescued by Allied troops.

No more solo missions for him.

RIP Sneaky (2000 – 2011)

We are sad to announce the passing of the legendary spymaster, Sneaky. In the world of feline operations, her work is the stuff of legend.

While she retired four years ago, she had been in great post-retirement spirits, in spite of being slowed by arthritis. She was a sweet, friendly kitteh.

She will be missed.


As a superhero feline, I admire humans who appreciate the ranks of cats. Still, this gal is out of her freaking mind.

All she is doing is providing entertainment for myself and others like my parents.

Feline Ops in the GWOT

Less-publicized in the undoing of Osama bin Laden is the work of elite felines in the most sensitive reconnaissance missions. (HT to Russ)

Even though they are very friendly to children, the cats in these units are the baddest of the badasses. I cannot confirm or deny whether felines had anything to do with the hit on Osama.

Well…I could tell you, but then I’d have to kill you…