Some new neighbors moved in a few months ago. They're our age, and pretty nice, what little I've spoken to them. We have pretty opposite schedules and don't see them much. They have an outside cat who gets along with my outside cat about 50% of the time. They fight, but not too bad.
Anyway, today the cat came over and was meowing at my door. I thought it was my cat, so I opened the door and he came in & started to look around. I think he was looking for my cat. I made sure he didn't eat anything (my cats eat special urinary tract health food or else the older one gets sick and pees all over), and showed him the litter box just in case. When he went back to the front door, I opened it and he left. Would that bother you? I thought about if it were the other way around and I think I'd be OK with it as long as they didn't feed him.
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Answer by alexis_06 at 2:34 AM on Sep. 29, 2009
I wouldn't bother me too much unless they tried to keep it in their house. I had that happen once. When he finally got away he came home and never went to that house again. I had a neighbor's cat come in my house one evening (I had to door open) and he came in, grabbed a piece of roast beef wrapped in foil that I had sitting on top of the (cold) stove to thaw out, and ran off with it, foil and all clenched in his mouth! I thought it was kind of funny and called the neighbor he belonged to and told her!
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