Secrecy of Correspondence

A fundamental legal principle. Secrecy of correspondence signifies the inviolability of postal and telegraphic communications of all kinds: letters, telegrams, small packets, parcels, and money orders. It guarantees that the content of sealed letters is never revealed and packets in transit are not opened by government officials or cats.
Do I make myself clear Mr. Bowie?


31 responses

  1. Mr Bowie needs to remind his staff who is in charge here! I can furnish him with a box should he require one. I am a box maker.

  2. You might remind Mr. Bowie that if he were caught tampering with the mail in the US it would be a FEDERAL offense…..and he would not look all that good in black/white stripes. On the other hand, with that innocent look on his face who could possibly convict him???!

    Pam (and Sam)

  3. Bowie, “Bagheera cabled me that, as a cat, it is my solemn right and duty to inspect and open all letters, packets, and packages that arrive. As cats, we must be vigilant- having taken a secret oath to protect our catdoms.”

  4. Oooh, has Mr Bowie been naughty? But, he has that ‘I didn’t do it” look on his gorgeous face! At least I hope the parcel has interesting/intriguing contents for him to explore.
    PS: That legal principle, does it apply to emails as well?

    Mr Bowie and Mr Herman, have an enjoyable Easter (maybe that parcel contained a very large chocolate Easter egg….yummy). 🙂

  5. Ahh…give a guy a break. If you’s send him something in the mail now and again, he wouldn’t need to open yours. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Misty May, Muaricio, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

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