Tuesday, September 6, 2016

SLA Industries - Puppy Mill

This is a fan resource for Sla Industries.

The most popular and well known pet store chain on Mort is The Puppy Mill chain. With locations in downtown, shopping malls, suburbia and even a few in uptown they are very well known. While the popularity of having your own pet has died down a bit over the last decade or so the franchise managed to restructure in survive very well. Now they are pushing to be noticed again by sponsoring operatives.

Featuring some of the most popular genetically modified, and sometime vat grown, pets available on Mort. Dogs specifically designed to help keep the giant insect population under control in their owners apartments. Cats that glow in the dark. Snakes that exude a calming pheromone. Not to mention their famous 'Nutra-Rats' that are high in proteins, antioxidants and other nutritional elements essential for the Wraith Raider concerned for their healthy eating styles.

Basic Sponsorship package.

Operative is required to wear a plastic curved wrap on their forearm. Held in place with elastic straps, colored light gray with the Puppy Mill logo in dark blue.

The Operative receives 1 credit per month. They receive an additional 4 credits for each time they appear on television with the logo visible. There is a maximum of 20 credits payed out per month.

The operative also receives a monthly issue of Puppy Mill magazine. Full of news and pet tips every month.

Advanced Sponsorship package.

Achieved once they have collected 40 credits in payout.

The logo forearm wrap is upgraded to a higher more durable grade of plastic and is held in place with Velcro straps or Friction Tape.

Operative receives the same payout but the maximum per month is raised to 40.

With their Puppy Mill magazine subscription they also receive a free bag of Kennel Koff brand pet food each month. Plus additional coupons for Puppy Mill and Kennel Koff products.

Levels beyond this are all privately negotiated.

Operative Susie “Sweety” Sanchez is the most popular Puppy Mill sponsored operative. Although having retired from most operative work for a year now she still appears in ads for the chain. Usually with her eight multicolored cats and her prototype of the Domino Dog breed named 'Overbite'. Reportedly her animals have lifetime passes to the Puppy Mill kennels if she needs to go on a long term op along with top of the line medical care for them as well.

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