My sister has lived in her condo for 10 years, about 5 years ago a single man moved in next door. They have always been on good terms. About a year ago my sister got a dog door so her cats and dogs could come and go as they please. In our state there is not cat leash law, so cats are allowed to roam free without restrictions.
One of her cats started going into the man's house through his dog door and scaring his dog. He told my sister and she tried to keep the cat in, but he would get out when she was at work. He started threatening to take her cat, but being really vague about it.
Then one day she saw the neighbor and asked how it was going with the cat, he said he had not seen him in a few weeks and it seemed the cat was no longer bothering him. A week later the cat was gone. No where to be found. My sister went to the neighbor and asked if he had seen him and he said no, but that he hoped the cat would stay gone. Then said the cat had been terrorizing him again and he was glad to be rid of him.
She didn't want a huge fight so she let it go and prayed the cat was where someone would take him in and care for him. She felt bad the cat was going in his house and picking on the dog, so she understands how frustrated the guy must be, but she was angry that he took her cat and that she didn't know what happened to him.
Fast forward two weeks, this morning she gets a call from the vet that her cat has been found and has been run over and they want her to pay for the care of this cat. She has no money and, the receptionist has said it is going to be around $350. It turns out the guy took the cat and dumped him out in the desert near the airport where he works. Two ladies took him in and were feeding him and taking good care of him. But this morning they ran him over accidentally. When they took him to the vet they found the microchip and called my sister.
She is heartbroken and doesn't know what to do. If she somehow comes up with all the money to treat him, where can he live? Not at her house the neighbor will just do something else horrid to him. The ladies that brought him in seem to want him and my sister would be fine with them taking him because then the neighbor could not hurt him. She is waiting to hear from the vet again about how much it will cost....
The vet told her that she needs to file a police report against the neighbor for dumping the cat in the desert, but I don't think she will. She doesn't want to cause a war in her condo complex. I think she should file anyway.
What would you do?
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