CIA Fires Very Good Girl For Refusing To Be A Narc

CIA Fires Very Good Girl For Refusing To Be A Narc

"Sometimes the pup is bored and just needs extra playtime or more challenges, sometimes the dog need a little break, and sometimes it's a minor medical condition like a food allergy requiring switching to a different kibble".

"A few weeks into training, Lulu began to show signs that she wasn't interested in detecting explosive odors".

The agency said "there can be a million reasons why a particular dog has a bad day", with its trainers becoming "doggy psychologists" to figure out what will help them.

Thankfully, Lulu wasn't abandoned because she wasn't willing to sniff for things that might just blow her into kibbles and bits - her handler adopted her.

The thread began taking an ominous turn when the Central Intelligence Agency posted the tweet below showing Lulu seated on a pale teal floor, her eyes full and downcast.

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Out of concern for the physical and mental well-being of the dog, Lulu was dropped from the program and will be replaced by a more driven four-legged colleague.

So the force "fired" the smallest puppy in its class, a call it described as "difficult" but "the best for Lulu".

As sad as this may seem, however, the statement was quick to add that "w$3 hen a dog is dropped or retires from our program, the handler or handler's family is given the chance to adopt them".

Lulu the bomb-sniffing Labrador has been dropped from the CIA's explosives detection programme because she was "no longer interested in searching for explosives".

Lulu now has a new home, and spends her days chasing rabbits and squirrels in the garden - much less stressful. Instead, this just isn't the job they are meant for.

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