A brief look at the myriad of offices occupied by felines throughout history.
What cat would not be a perfect spy? Unfortunately, one that the CIA chose to launch its experimental feline spying program, codenamed: Acoustic Kitty. According to a 1967 memo recovered from the agency, the researchers sewed audio recording equipment into some good cats, then trained them to move short distances in strategic spying locations around Washington, DC. The first hairy surveillance drone was deployed in a park to spy on the Soviets. Diplomats, Unfortunately, in a matter of minutes, he was hit by a taxi and killed. The CIA resolved that “in a real foreign situation … it would not be practical.” The project landed in the sandbox. Or maybe that’s what they want us to think. This is how it decodes your cat’s behavior.