Posted by: Wendy | 2009/08/20

Unwelcome cat

I live in a complex and own a cat of my own. Unfortunately there is a rather large grumpy cat that comes into my house and eats my cats food and starts fights with her. My cat doesn' t retaliate as the cat is huge. It is difficult to catch the pestering cat as he is surprisingly quick for his size. I have managed twice to catch him and have dunked him in a bucket of water but a few weeks later he is back again. What can I do to keep him out of my house without it interfering with my cats happiness. I have to leave a window open for my cat as she doesn' t use a litter tray. Please help, I' m now at my wits end.

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Dear Wendy

catch him and have him neutered, you get cat flaps that will only open for your cat

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Posted by: E.S. | 2009/08/24

I had a cat coming into my apartment for months now. I didn' t mind him eating my cats food, because his owner abandoned him. But he sprayed! I borrowed a trap from the vet, but he managed to escape. He kept coming back and last week, I finally caught him. I slept with a rope from the window to my bed. When i heard him come in I shut the window, let him go into the bathroom, and from there put him in a carrier. The SPCA came to pick him up, and now there' s the possibility that he might go live on a farm.
Good luck!

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Posted by: Peace Keeper | 2009/08/21

Don' t leave your cat food out. Feed your cat twice/three times a day and remove the food she doesn' t eat.
The other cat will soon realize that there is no need for him to enter your house.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/08/20

Ur best best may be to call the SPCA. Does your cat just not like the litter tray or is that your preference. I know some people don' t like having a litter tray in their home.

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Posted by: Anon | 2009/08/20

You can make a complaint to the body corporate as well as the owners. If they refuse, contact the SPCA about the problem animal.

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