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A Definition of “Nuisance Cat” — 6 Comments

  1. This poster that some individual made is so abrasive, hostile, even threatening that it would make me want to take a police officer with me to retrieve the cat if he/she were mine. Somewhat similar to road rage, this is feline rage That reaction isn’t helpful at all and closes all doors to discussion with the cat’s caretaker.. I think that posting a softer ad would afford the opportunity for this person to have a rational conversation with the caretaker and, perhaps, achieve some reolution.

    • I agree, Dee. I can understand the individual’s anger, but going off like that would only put the cat owner on the defensive. It’s possible the cat’s owner wouldn’t respond positively in the first place, but acting like this just cuts off all communication.

    • You completely disrespectfully force your vermin cats on everyone else, and then when told they are now seen as vermin by everyone else because of what a nuisance you have made your cats into, you STILL whine that the person that you INTENTIONALLY irritated to no-end with your vermin nuisance animal should now be NICE to you about it? Nobody’s buying your pathetic and pitiful self-victimization song & dance acts that you use to manipulate everyone in your life. If your cat must die because you won’t do anything about it, then so be it. Then you get to really cry boo-hoo. And nobody but you will care. How many of your cats must die before you learn to respect the lives of all others around you? The ones by me lost hundreds of their cats before they even started to learn. Is that how many it will take for you too? PROBABLY! Boo-hoo! 🙂

  2. I agree with you, Michael. This ordinance leaves the door open for all kinds of human mischief. Making spaying and neutering obligatory would have been a better way to go.

    • Thanks Serbella. I am pleased we agree on this. I think this ordinance is a genuine attempt to reduce unwanted cat numbers but I don’t see it working well.

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