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Jun 22, 2016 09:30 |  #31

live trap and take them to the nearest animal control center (or return them to the neighbor if safe to do so). Document every time you do it. Talk to local law enforcement to get their advice and opinions (so that is the neighbor gets unhinged you have law enforcement on your side).

killing the cats is probably a bit of an extreme first step.

People who 'love' their pets should be willing to take responsibility for them. If they are not to allow the pets off their property and the cats are getting off of the property then they aren't being responsible. Period.


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Jun 23, 2016 06:52 |  #32

Some time ago here in the UK, some of our zoos used to bag & sell big cat waste for the purpose of placing in gardens to scare off domestic cats. Not sure if it still happens.

Might be worth a word with one of your local wildlife parks??


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Jul 04, 2016 20:01 |  #33

Haven't seen the cats for a couple weeks now. Don't know why they haven't been visiting. Oh and Saturday I discovered a Bobwhite Quail in my backyard. I was on my way to my garage to work on my lawnmower and surprised him. He was about 30 ft away.


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Jul 04, 2016 21:05 |  #34

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frozenframe wrote in post #18058051 (external link)
Haven't seen the cats for a couple weeks now. Don't know why they haven't been visiting.

That's it - play dumb............good move!

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