I am Spec Ops Cat™ Chief of Security and Vice President of Ecommerce for Warrior Tales®.
While secretive about my intelligence background, please see my "About SOC" page for more information about my experience and training.
Seeing the potential drain on the bottomline when I joined the Warrior Tales® team, Cook encouraged me to come up with ways to pay for my "Whiska's Beef Treats," "Friskies Chicken in Gravy Dinners," "Hill's Science Diet Adult Hairball Control" cat food and "Good Mews" kitty litter. The Spec Ops Cat™ and Warrior Tales® Gift Shops are my ideas.
Being a former operator I don't suffer fools or "foo foo" photo sessions easily, so Cook and her staff have to be ever alert to capture my candid cat shots. To say nothing of trying to get them in focus. I'm a fast mover.
Kimberly A. Cook is the owner of Warrior Tales® and my staff assistant. Cook, a former Army and Air Force veteran, handles the day-to-day running of the SOC division, based on input and direction from moi.
Warrior Tales® http://www.warriortales.com is a military writing company specializing in non-fiction and romance fiction writing, plus gifts.
Big Green showed up on the back porch of the Warrior Tales offices a few years ago. Making himself at home in a flower pot, he quickly took over sentry duties. I have not met him face to face due to his excellent camouflage skills. Surveillance photos did eventually provide us action shots.
I believe he served with the Rangers. Staff had concerns the harsh winters may have been an issue for him, but obviously a trained special forces operator, he let staff know he was back on location when he checked in with his sentry call. He appears to be a member of the Pacific Northwest Tree Frog tribe.
Last winter in honor of our troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, Big Green changed to his desert cammie uniform here at the Warrior Tales®offices. We applaud his support of our troops. Recently he began guarding the water supply, so we are not sure what local intell he has, but appreciate his dedication to duty.