Spec Ops Cat™ showed up at the offices of Warrior Tales® in October 2006. Staff quickly medevaced him to the local aid station for evaluation.
Upon examination, a tracking device was found embedded under his skin. Numerous contacts were made to his former command by medical personnel, but the program had been mysteriously shutdown.
After treatment for an overwhelming flea infestation, medical staff discovered Spec Ops Cat™ had been de-clawed on all four feet, a strict violation of the Geneva Convention.
Command at Warrior Tales® decided to invite Spec Ops Cat™ to join the team. After recuperation and weight gain, Spec Ops Cat™ assumed the dual roles of Chief of Security and V.P. of Ecommerce.
Wanting to share his years of experience as a former Special Ops operator, and to recognize all military personnel and veterans, he established Spec Ops Cat™ as an online division of Warrior Tales®. He consults, shares his wisdom, and delegates the day to day running of the Spec Ops Cat™ division to his staff.
While his early Ops records are sealed, the Warrior Tales® team have pieced together he trained and executed missions with Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine, National Guard, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marine personnel. From his language, it's also obvious he served with U.S. allies and NATO troops.
Prior to the shutdown of his most recent command, Spec Ops Cat™ served with C.A.T., the Cat Adoption Team, in Sherwood, Oregon. His initial training and family whereabouts before that organization are unknown.
A seven-year-old bachelor, he enjoys chasing stuffed mice, taking cat naps, and performing perimeter patrol of the Warrior Tales® facilities. Though retired, Spec Ops Cat™ uses a code name to protect his operational safety.
A portion of all sales from the Spec Ops Cat™ division go toward C.A.T. and the Oregon Humane Society.