More Cat Veterans

The Persian Cats:  In about 525 B.C. cats actually caused humans to lose a battle.  What happened was that the human King of Persia, Cambyses II, knew that the Egyptians worshipped cats.  So, he let the Persian cats run loose on the battlefield.  Then, the Egyptians, who thought we were “gods” were afraid that they’d hurt us.  So, they gave up and ran away, which caused them to lose this battle.   This proves that superstition can kill you.  Also, it is another example of how easily we cats can manipulate humans.

Shania:  Shania was a beautiful brown and white tabby cat with green eyes like mine.  One of her best talents was making boy cats fall in love with her.  So, in World War One, Shania helped the freedom fighters from many nations by making Oscar the Spy Cat, who was one of best cat spies working for Germany, fall in love with her.  That made him forget to carry information to his humans since he could think of nothing but Shania.  Then, Shania ended his spying days forever by pretending she was in heat while jumping over a land mine.  Oscar followed her, fell on the land mine, and was blown up.  This changed the course of the war, and the freedom fighters won—with the help of another cat veteran.

The Detector Cats:  These cats were and are active in service.  They have the ability to know when their human/s’ enemies are coming to fight them.  When they sense trouble coming, they warn their humans who then take appropriate actions, such as hiding in a bomb shelter.  Please keep these cats in your prayers.  Their work is very dangerous!

These are the cat veterans that I know about.  If you know about a cat veteran, please post.  However, if they are currently fighting, please don’t post their real name.  That could get them killed.  If you’d like to learn more about how we cats have served in warfare, here is a link to an article about that:

After you read this, remember to pray for the cats serving the free world.  Also, you may wish to pray that the CIA never ties bombs to cats again.  Oh, and thank you, Ms. Copley for letting me link to your article.  May God Bless you!

Grace da Centipede Warrior Cat

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Cat Veterans

OK, cats.  Here are a few of the cat veterans that I promised to tell you about:

Blackie (also known as “Boom!”):  Blackie was a male, black, long-haired cat with a patch of white on his chest. He helped our country, the U.S.A., win the Revolutionary War.  He did that by crossing enemy lines and pouncing on the soldiers who were about to shoot at us. This made them miss their targets.  And, Blackie used his unique growl to scare the living daylights out of the enemy soldiers.  Sadly, Blackie did not get to live a long life.  One day, his curiosity got the best of him, so he put a lit match on a keg of gunpowder to see what would happen.  I think all of you can guess what happened next.  The gunpowder exploded, and so did Blackie.  That is why he is also known as “Boom!”

Smoke:  Smoke was a grey, short-haired cat that helped the Allies in World War Two. Because of his color, and unique way of blending into crowds, Smoke was a terrific secret agent.  He snuck across enemy lines and carried secret papers, such as a breakdown of the Enigma code, to soldiers that didn’t know that he existed.  That led to prominent human mathematicians breaking that code, using Smoke’s information.  Sadly, the humans got the credit for Smoke’s work.  However, the cats of that time knew the truth, and he was knighted by the Queen of Cats in 1945. Smoke lived to be twenty years old and died of natural causes.

Alexia (Lexie):  Lexie was a beautiful, white, blue-eyed Persian cat that helped the Coalition fight the Gulf War.  Lexie befriended the enemy, and pretended to be nice to them. They felt safe with her since she was a Persian cat.  This led them to relax and pet her, which is a truly bad idea in wartime, since many of them were killed while they were doing that.  Lexie lived to be fifteen years old, and her kittens are still protecting our national interests in Iraq.

Yowler:  Yowler is a yellow male cat who has a yowl that could scare the bark off of a tree.  That’s all I can tell you, since he is still alive.  Yowler helps to scare mean humans out of their hiding places by letting out his very scary yowl.  This makes them think they are under attack—so they run right out of their hiding places and into the hands of the good humans who are trying to catch them.  Keep him in your prayers, cats, because his work is very dangerous!

I may tell you about more cat veterans later.  Right now, I just saw a centipede speed by, and I’m hungry.  So, I will type to you later, cats.