For 4 days now, there has been a cat that has been sleeping under our cars and stays right at our doorstep. I noticed that he was wearing a collar, but he has been too skiddish for me to get a good look at it. Yesterday, it was 100 degrees outside and the cat didn't look good at all. I gave it some water and a can of food because I was afraid that the cat was getting dehydrated and very hungry. While the cat was eating I was able to look at his collar. He had his name on it and a phone number. I called the number and it went straight to voice mail. I called again the next morning and it rang but no one answered so I left a message. I explained that we lived in a condo area that had high traffic volume and was worried about the cat getting run over. I left my contact info as well as the unit number to our condo. Later that day, I went home and the cat was still there. I called the number again. Cont.
Asked by Anonymous at 6:51 PM on Jun. 17, 2010 in Pets
Answer by MizLee at 7:11 PM on Jun. 17, 2010
Cont.. I called the number again and a lady answered. I asked her if she got my message and she told me no, so I explained about the cat. Her response was "Yea, he got out a few days ago and hasn't come back. Did you give him anything to eat?" I told her about the water and the cat food the night before and why I gave it to him. She then proceeded to yell at me and tell me that I was why her cat had not come back to her. She told me that I should not have feed him and that if he gets out again, he will probably come back to me. Seriously?!? I was just trying to be a good neighbor. As condo owners we are suppose to keep our pets inside unless they are on a leash. But, maybe I am wrong. Should I have not fed the cat?
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