Mission – Feline 1 Report

Mission Control: SCoA Agency

Mission: Mars Exploration – Feline 1

Report Date: June 20, 2023

Dear Humans,

Meow! This is your fearless feline astronaut reporting to you from the red planet, Mars! I hope this message finds you in good spirits and with a healthy supply of treats. I wanted to share with you an update on our extraordinary journey halfway through the Mars Exploration mission.

First and foremost, let me assure you that I have adapted well to the Martian environment. While the gravity is not as conducive to acrobatics as Earth’s, my feline agility has allowed me to gracefully navigate the terrain. The red sand here is quite different from the cozy feel of my litter box, but I have managed to make it my own by leaving tiny paw prints all over Mars!

Our team, consisting of highly trained humans and yours truly, has been exploring various regions of the planet. I must say, the sights and sounds are unlike anything I’ve ever encountered. The vast Martian landscapes stretch as far as the eye can see, with towering rock formations and deep valleys, offering endless opportunities for exploration and hide-and-seek.

During our missions, we have encountered interesting geological formations and analyzed Martian soil samples. The scientists on board have been busy conducting experiments to better understand the planet’s composition and potential for supporting life. Although I haven’t spotted any alien mice yet, I remain hopeful!

The challenges of space exploration are not lost on me. The atmosphere on Mars is thin and lacks the comforting breeze I’m used to, but that hasn’t dampened my spirits. I have made sure to stay connected to my human colleagues and indulge in regular snuggle sessions to keep morale high.

Living aboard the Catonaut-1 spacecraft has been quite the adventure. The zero-gravity environment has allowed me to perfect my mid-air flips and twists. However, I must admit that sometimes it’s a bit difficult to catch floating treats. Nonetheless, the joy of chasing them through the cabin compensates for any minor inconveniences.

In terms of equipment, the litter box I have been provided with is state-of-the-art. The advanced filtration system ensures that my paws stay clean, and the odor control is commendable even in the confined quarters of the spacecraft. The humans have also taken great care to provide me with a variety of toys to keep me entertained during the long journey.

As we continue our exploration, I am eagerly looking forward to unraveling the mysteries that Mars holds. While my human companions focus on scientific discoveries, I am dedicated to inspecting every nook and cranny for potential sunbathing spots and hidden treats. I am determined to leave my mark, both literally and figuratively, on the red planet!

Please convey my warmest meows and purrs to all the humans back home, especially those who supported and made this mission possible. I carry your love and support in my heart as I boldly venture where no cat has ventured before.

Stay tuned for further updates from the Mars mission. Until then, keep the chin scratches coming and give my furry friends back on Earth a gentle pat from me!


Bay B. Garbajh

Cat Astronaut, Mars Exploration – Feline 1