The Department of Household Security is operated on a shoestring budget. I don't have a watchdog, I have watchkitties. This is Valentino(aka AyeAye)'s first week on duty, as a just-barely-old-enough-to-get-a-job teenager, and I'd say he's doing a fine job.
First, he stopped a sneaky little critter who tried to get past him by disguising itself as a key fob
but AyeAye stopped him for a full inspection
When it wouldn 't identify itself, AyeAye sensed there would be trouble and leapt into action
AyeAye positively identified it as Taz, a known trouble-maker. Taz tried playing possum, but AyeAye was on to that trick
Of course, the photojournalist was on hand, and briefly distracted the security officer
Causing a near-escape
But AyeAye is quick to act, and a frenzied battle ensues.
Of course, AyeAye gains the upper hand...
... er, upper paw.
In the end, AyeAye did his job brilliantly. Everybody should have Security Officers so diligent.
If you want to see more protectors and companions of the feline variety, don't forget to visit Modulator for Friday Ark #79, and also, this Sunday night, stop in at the Carnival of the Cats, this week to be hosted at Scribblings.