Jun 20, 2023, 11:36 PM
Two local cats, Thomas and Meow, have recently been hired as security guards for Freddy Fazbears Pizza Place. The furry duo, known for their love of napping and batting at stray bugs, have had to step up their game to protect the restaurant from potential danger.
When asked about their new job, Meow stated, "Meow." While Thomas, the more talkative of the pair, beeped out, "Beep." It's clear to see these feline guards are taking their duties seriously.
The decision to hire Thomas and Meow came after a recent string of break-ins and vandalism at the pizza place. The owner, Mr. Fazbear, was at his wit's end until he saw Thomas and Meow chasing a mouse behind the restaurant.
"I knew then and there that these were the cats for the job," Mr. Fazbear explained. "Their natural instincts and stealthy movements make them the perfect security guards. Plus, they work for cheap. All they asked for was a never-ending supply of catnip."
Despite their lack of opposable thumbs, Thomas and Meow have already proven to be a valuable asset to the restaurant. Their keen ears and sharp senses have caught several potential thieves in the act, and their presence alone has deterred others from even attempting to break in.
There were some initial concerns from customers about having cats as security guards, but those have quickly subsided as the duo has made themselves quite popular around the restaurant. Thomas and Meow can usually be found napping in a sunbeam near the front entrance or scratching their claws on a scratching post in the corner.
The pizza place is even considering adding them to the official staff photo, much to the chagrin of some of the human employees. "They're stealing the spotlight from us," complained one kitchen worker. "But I guess they deserve it. They're doing an excellent job protecting the place."
So next time you're in the mood for some pizza, head on down to Freddy Fazbears Pizza Place and say hello to Thomas and Meow. Just don't try anything sneaky – these cats mean business.
This is AI generated satire and is not intended to be taken seriously.