Day 56: Covert Ops

All the best secret agents (like, for instance, 007) are skilled in “covert ops.”

Some agents get so good they can conduct a covert op right in front of others and still remain totally undetected.

Let’s say you are a top secret agent (with feathers).

One day – yet again – your large featherless assistant gets distracted by tending to the small shelled being (whom you consider to be an unnecessary and ongoing security risk).

To make your point, you decide to carry out a covert op that very instant.

Oh boy. There she goes again, getting distracted by that small shelled being.

Oh boy. There she goes again, getting distracted by the small shelled being.

She has left the flat thing with the crunchy squares totally unguarded again, too.

She has left the flat launchpad with the crunchy squares totally unguarded again, too.

This is an excellent time for me to conduct a "covert op."

This is an excellent time for me to conduct a “covert op.”

She's right there and doesn't even see me sneaking up to the launchpad.

She’s right there and doesn’t even see me sneaking up to the launchpad.

This should perfectly prove my point that the small shelled being is a security risk that cannot be tolerated.

This should prove my point that the small shelled being is a security risk that cannot be tolerated.

.007. Feathered and furtive, clawed and cute, lovely and lethal.

.007. Feathered and furtive, clawed and cute, lovely and lethal.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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4 thoughts on “Day 56: Covert Ops

  1. .007 is definitely feathered and furtive, clawed and cute, lovely and lethal. The perfect blend for a true .007! Plus eventually he will show you that that shelled thing is just not worth the missed attention to be showered on .007!!

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