Disciples of The Leader Otis,
Brother Henry here. First of all, there is no new news to report about The Leader’s condition except that I heard the Guardians say they have made another appointment for Him on June 3. I believe this is with the “nurr-all-o-jist” that Thomas mentioned yesterday. For now though, The Leader is staying in high spirits despite His difficulties. He is eating, drinking and purring loudly when the Guardians brush Him and give Him treats. I take that as a good sign.
So, while The Leader is dealing with these health challenges, I am instituting additional security measures to keep Him safe. I started off by doing a thorough security sweep of His entire Indoor and Outdoor Domains. I thought I had found a breach in the outer wall of the Outdoor Domain, but closer inspection showed that it was just a result of the Guardians’ questionable building skills.
As agents of The Long-feared Dog Uprising are undoubtedly aware of The Leader’s vulnerable condition, I have placed Brother Oliver on sentinel duty in the front window. He is to keep his eyes peeled at all times for any sign that we are about to be attacked by the mongrel horde. I have to keep an eye on him though because he easily becomes distracted by his own reflection in the window.
I have also decided to take this opportunity to further the training of Junior Agent T. We have been having nightly meetings on the posing benches in the living room, during which I brief him on the latest intelligence and answer all of his security related questions. Strangely, most of his questions seem to be about elaborate scenarios involving attacks by one or more wiener dogs.
Now I must be off to perform another patrol of the perimeter. The Leader is hanging in there, but we’re going to make sure that He has nothing else to worry about while the Guardians continue to do all in their power to find out why He feels bad and how to make Him feel better.
So Says Brother Henry