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7 Reasons Cats Would Make Great Spies

In the 1960s, there was a top-secret CIA plan to turn cats into Inspector Gadget-type spies. Implanted with radio transmitters and microphones, these kitties were meant to be sent out into situations us conspicuous humans couldn’t go. Aside from the hilarious delusion that a cat would ever take orders from a person, the CIA was definitely onto something.

1. They are masters of disguise.

“Act natural.”

3. Able to blend in and disappear into any situation.

Like a ghost.

Sometimes a drunk ghost.

5. They are well-versed in the deadliest combat techniques, including:

Red light, green light.

7. They are pros at posing menacingly.

“Soon.”

9. They have nearly perfected “Face/Off” technology.

So close.

“I’m the Nic Cage half.”

11. They seem to be everywhere, all of the time.

“Yes, I saw you eat that cake out of the garbage and yes, I’m judging you.”

“Culottes? Really?”

13. “Vengeance” is their middle name.

“If she thinks she can just switch me to chicken flavor over turkey, she has got another thing coming.”

“Oh hey, Barry. Nothing. What’s up with you?”

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