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Q: What can i do?

March 9, 2009 | By Lorena G. | 22 answers | Expired: 2096 days ago

Lorena G.

ok, this is my problem. When i move in to our new house (6 months ago) we found a mom cat w/her 5 babies living under our house. I am saving money to get them fix. But like a month ago i found that one of the neighbors, they live behind us. have an animal trap set up to get any cat that comes to his yard, and his back yard looks like a yunk yard, theres a lot of mice. And thats why cats come to his yard, and to him all the cats are alley cats. And now one of my cats is missing, and i'm really worried, because he doesn't take them to a shelter, he takes them to nowhere. And my cat might not be an indoor cat but they are verry friendly and spoild you can say, they have clean water to drink, and always have food. I have toys outside for them to play with.

I really need to know if what he is doing is ok.. I fell i can't do anything about it. And i fell really bad.


I just wanted to say thankyou to every one that answer.. I have talked to this guy, and yes he is and old guy 60something, he knows how the cats look like. And 4 of them are boys. The only one girl is already fix. And now i have saved enough money to get 3 of the boys fix, I just hoppe the one missing comes back. About talking to the spca, or animal control, i think he would only get worts. So i'm going to have to get tags for all of them, and hope he does not gets them.

Thakyou sooo much......

Readers' Answers (22)
Darren F.
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Mar 09, 2009

Go to your neighbor and find where he brings the cats. Then perhaps set another trap at that location and check it every day, maybe twice a day. Then, once you have your kitty back, beat that neighbor with a 2X4. Hehe, just kidding about the 2X4. ;-)

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Angel S.
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Mar 09, 2009

I would definately go to your neighbor and try to talk with him. I would also contact the authorities to find out what exactly he is trapping and what he does with them, your neighbor might have animal cruelty charges pressed.

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Drspock
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Mar 09, 2009

I don't think there's anything you can do other than prevent your cats from going on his property...whatever that takes.

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