Who Is Mistral Dawn?

Mistral Dawn is a thirty-something gal who has lived on both coasts of the US but somehow never in the middle. She currently resides in the Southeast US with her kitty cats (please spay or neuter! :-)) where she works as a hospital drudge and attends graduate school. Taken By The Huntsman is her first effort at writing fiction and if it is well received she has ideas for several more novels and short-stories in this series. Please feel free to visit her on FaceBook or drop her a line at mistralkdawn@gmail.com

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

#Agent Thoth's #Personal Log: Day 586

Hey Everyone! :-)

Agent Thoth discusses more of the trials and tribulations associated with living with hominids. Incidentally, if you've missed Agent Thoth's earlier entries, you can find them here: Thoth's Journal

Department for the Preservation and Confirmation of Intelligent Life (DPCIL)
Agent Thoth's Personal Log

Day Five-Hundred-Eighty-Six:
The juvenile felid has returned! He seems somewhat the worse for wear from his adventure, but he is rapidly recovering. This morning, when I woke up, I found him curled up next to me on my hominid-servant's sleeping platform. One whiff of him, and it was clear what had happened.

It seems my hominid-servant made good on her promise to have the small pest "fixed," which explains his absence from my domicile yesterday. He currently reeks of the frightening place where the "fixing" takes place, and it is making him rather testy. I aided him in grooming in an effort to assist him in divesting himself of the stench, but we were only partially successful.

I assured him that the smell does fade with time, and any lingering soreness he is experiencing as a result of the procedure will soon disappear. But he did not seem comforted by my reassurances. Though, to be honest, I believe his pique comes more from having been abducted without his consent, rather than from any physical discomfort.

As soon as he is done sulking, I will attempt to interview the juvenile felid about any changes he undergoes. That way, I will be able to compare his experience with my own. Though two data points aren't much to base a conclusion on, if his quality of life is improved as much as mine was, then it will be even more evidence that this "fixing" procedure might be something that all DPCIL agents should look into. Despite the intimidating nature of the facilities where the procedure takes place.

Whew! Glad the little guy is okay. ;-) You may have noticed that Agent Thoth has a new look. I hope you like his new picture as much as I do, but I'd love to hear your thoughts, either way. Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments. ;-) Happy reading, everyone!

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