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My neighor is trying to steal my cats
The only solution i can think of is this guy needs a visit from the tooth fairy (if you catch my drift)
Some studies have linked the Toxoplasma parasite found in cats with psychotic disturbances
it starts controlling their behavior in order to bring them back in contact with cats.
a psychiatric disorder characterized by recurrent, impulsive, problematic outbursts of verbal or physical aggression that are disproportionate to the situations that trigger them
when infected, humans are more likely to investigate the smell of cat urine,
Just go over there and tell him to stop feeding your cats, and if he says no smile, wink and walk away.
originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
Long story long...
A few years ago a neighbor committed suicide and I adopted her cats and now another neighbor is trying to lure them away with food and the way he goes about is downright creepy. He started by leaving food on a bench in the courtyard downstairs, then moved the food to the bottom of his stairs, then moved the food to the top of the stairs. I have told him twice not to feed them (as any pet owner knows you don't feed another's pet without permission) but he still persists. I now have locked my cats inside unless they need to do the deed.
The only solution i can think of is this guy needs a visit from the tooth fairy (if you catch my drift) but that would land me in trouble. I adore these cats and this Richard Cranium keeps trying to lure them away. Any ideas on how to counteract this guys creepish attempts of getting a pet of his own?
originally posted by: eluryh22
a reply to: Thecakeisalie
I'd say get 'em chipped this way you have proof of ownership. Then, if he lures them inside it's time to call the police.