2013

where was the SPCA?

BY CHARLOTTE EDWARDES

LONDON -- "The CIA tried to uncover the Kremlin's deepest secrets during the 1960s by turning cats into walking bugging devices, recently declassified documents show.

In one experiment during the Cold War, a cat, dubbed "Acoustic Kitty," was wired up for use as an eavesdropping platform.

It was hoped that the animal, which was surgically altered to accommodate transmitting and control devices, could listen to secret conversations from window sills, park benches or dustbins."

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Re: *screams unintelligible things*
You're right, they should have used a hamster instead. Bloody smelly things they are. ;o)
Stupid stupid stupid stupid bad bad bad bad
Evil evil evil evil evil *turns blue* mean mean mean mean nasty nasty nasty Wolfie!

*whap whap whap whap whaps him*
Re: Stupid stupid stupid stupid bad bad bad bad
Well it's not as if they couldn't have used hamsters if they wanted, but they needed long tails for the antennas and we all know hammies are lacking in that area. Speaking of tail regions... *looks at her* ...you need to eat more dear. ;o)
Re: Himp.
Silly hamster. Everyone knows hamster's meatiest place is her head. That's due to brilliance... or a giant ego. You can choose which is correct. ;o)