Some Incriminating Evidence

Rinpoche Becomes an Undercover Agent: Part 2

“How is Special Counsel Meowler’s investigation going, Rinpoche? Has he found any evidence that Trumpet’s campaign team colluded with the red cats in interfering in your council election?”

“He’s getting closer, Daddi. A cat named Man-the-fort, who used to hang around with Trumpet, was found guilty of being A Very Bad Kitty.”

“What will happen to Trumpet if Meowler proves he was involved with the Reds?”

“Well, normally he would be impeared, Daddi…”

“Do you mean impeached, Rinpoche?”

“One fruit is the same as another, Daddi. The important thing is that Trumpet can’t be impeared, because he is no longer the president. So, I suppose he’ll be sent to the Rough Up Room to be ‘rehabilitated’ by the City Hall security cats.”

“And how are your own investigations going?”

“I’ve made some very important discoveries while carrying out my undercover operations, Daddi. Have a look at this pile of incriminating evidence I’ve found under the sofa.”

“Hmm … a comb, an emery board, some coins, several salt and vinegar crisps, and my new prescription reading glasses. Rinpoche, you found these things on the sofa and took them to your hiding place, didn’t you?”

“Well, er…”

“Tell the truth, Rinpoche!”

“Finders keepers, Daddi. Besides I had to keep the incriminating evidence in a safe place.”

“Rinpoche, this undercover nonsense must stop! You’ve been hiding under the furniture all day. I had to move your litter box next to the sofa, and you haven’t had anything to eat since breakfast.”

“A good undercover agent must make sacrifices, Daddi.”

“Well, that’s a pity … I’m cooking prawns for dinner.”

“I’ll be right there, Daddi! There’s a limit to how much deprivation even a top-notch undercover agent can endure!”

The End

(Read Part One Here)

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