Won-Ton Reflects

I Learn More About the Neighborhood Riff-raff

September 9th 2011 5:33 pm
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I have learned something interesting about the riff-raff hanging around in my neighborhood. I was listening to my mom and dad talk the other day (sometimes paying attention to humans talking really pays off), and over the course of their conversation I learned some interesting things about Nasty Cat, Evil (and Stupid) Cat, et al.

They are feral.

They have been living in the crawl space under the neighbor's house and drinking the water left for them by those neighbors.

They have been using the other neighbor's yard as their litter box, and they have been eating the food left out for them by that neighbor's neighbor.

And, last but not least, they have been *breeding*.

No wonder there is a problem here! They are not the kind of feline we want around this place! They represent an undesirable element in the neighborhood! The last thing we need is a new generation of Nasty Cats, especially when aided and abetted by well-meaning but clueless neighbors!!

But I learned a few more things too. The neighbors under whose house they have been reproducing themselves have been humanely trapping them so they can get spayed or neutered and vaccinated. This is a good thing! We do not need anymore of the likes of them inundating the neighborhood. They are an undesirable element that should not be allowed here. All they do is cause trouble and fights and really make my blood boil, and they probably spread feline diseases too.

So it's good they have been spayed and all, but there is a downside to this: after the surgery they are being released back here! It is good they cannot reproduce anymore but it is very bad that they are back here again. I have had two fights through the windows with a couple of them already since they are back. Too bad neutering hasn't made them any nicer.

I know I sound like an insufferable snob (at least, that's what my mom thinks), but really, think about it -- they are not good neighbors. They stir up trouble. They go looking for fights. They are feral. They will reproduce themselves, escalating the problem. They are probably spreading feline diseases. They talk trash to me when trespassing on *my turf*. They sneer their pathetic little kitty sneers and taunt me with their insolent little kitty taunts, as if they have all the right in the world to usurp my territory. Ooh, it really makes my blood boil the more I think about it! They are so lucky I can't get outside and give them all the proper thrashing they so richly deserve . . .

OK, I digress. Anyway, there is a problem here because they really ought to be relocated somewhere far away where they can't ever find their way back to my turf. I thought once they were carted away to get spayed or neutered and vaccinated, that would be the last I'd ever see of them once and for all. I thought I could finally have some peace and quiet around here at night. I thought I would never again suffer the insult of them violating my personal territory. But I guess that is just not to be, and I am stuck with their miserable presences for the foreseeable future. Oh, woe is me. Is there no end to my nightmare?

 
 

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Purred by: Contessa Carlotta De Cremona (Catster Member)

November 27th 2011 at 1:35 pm

Oh Won-Ton! That sounds awful. But, i'm telling you, you haven't lived until you've got raccoons looking in the window to see if you want to come out and play! I think they think I'm a beautiful raccoon since i have a stripey tail. I hiss at them to tell them to keep their distance!
Kisses,
Lottie
Purred by: Won-Ton (Catster Member)

November 27th 2011 at 7:30 pm

Oh no! Not raccoons! I am afraid of them. I have seen them on my back fence after midnight. Let them go play with the feral cats and leave me and my fence alone!


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