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to think my neighbour shouldnt feed my cats

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lisad123wantsherquoteinDM Sun 27-Sep-09 21:34:35

My neighbour lets my cats in and feeds them even though they are mine. I have explained that they cant have wet/meat food as they are on a dry food diet and wet food gives them upset tummys.
My little girl cat his just messed all over my table (sorry TMI) and i know its because she feeds them.

Yes they love wet food, we do give them treats, but its driving me mad. Im also struggling to get them home some days angry

ChunkyMonkeysMum Sun 27-Sep-09 21:41:29

YANBU, I would be pissed off with this too.

I think you need to try again with your neighbours........good luck !!

valhala Sun 27-Sep-09 22:10:16

YANBU - you have asked nicely and explained why you are doing so. FGS if they like cats enough to feed them, why are they knowingly making your moggies ill? (Unless of course they mistakenly think that your cats are hungry, although all cat owners know that cats will lie to anyone and try to convince them they are starved!).

Perhaps you could try popping round with a big bag of cat biscuits, explaining again that wet food upsets your cats' tummies and say that you are also worried that it must be getting expensive for them to keep feeding your cats and that you feel guilty that they should be going to such trouble so you have brought them round some biscuits to avoid them having to be put in this position.

If that doesn't work, I fear you may have to tell the neighbours in no uncertain terms how thoughtless they are being!

lisad123wantsherquoteinDM Sun 27-Sep-09 22:22:04

she has 2 cats of her own, so she feeds them that food.
They are always hungry cats, but they arent eating food here as they get "nicer" food there angry

pjmama Sun 27-Sep-09 23:03:14

Tell her if she continues, then next time one of your cats squits all over the place you'll give her a call so she can come round and clean it up.

GeekIsGood Sun 27-Sep-09 23:20:07

Is she doing it on purpose or are your cats just getting in through her cat flap and eating the food uninvited? In which case she can't do anything about it.

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