Next Doors Cats Home › Forum › Chat Forum › Next Doors Cats Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) Next Doors Cats 0091paddyMember Which type, there are over 1000 species. As for the cat killing it, that is what they do! Posted 8 years ago samuriMember Your next doors have rubbish cats, ours will always carry out the torturing and dispatch of small animals on our property before leaving the remains for our dog to find and devour. Thus the path of natural usage is complete. Posted 8 years ago zokesMember As for the cat killing it, that is what they do! A very good reason for us not to keep cats. Posted 8 years ago SandwichSubscriber Have killed a stag beetle on our drive, little murdering so and so’s. Will be decanting the evidence onto their drive. Posted 8 years ago bigsiMember surprised that no one has suggested killing the cats yet 🙄 Posted 8 years ago nickcSubscriber See; yer cats an obligate carnivore, they kill and eats stuff, you know 🙄 Posted 8 years ago uplinkMember Our Weirdo tree hugger nieghbour has a vegetarian cat It’s never let out in case it regresses I despair sometimes Posted 8 years ago zokesMember I despair sometimes Why? Given the horrendous effect domestic cats have on the wildlife within the vicinity of ‘their’ patch, it seems remarkably sensible behaviour from a cat owner… Posted 8 years ago juanMember Given the horrendous effect domestic cats have on the wildlife within the vicinity of ‘their’ patch Prey/predator behaviour in nature shocker… Posted 8 years ago uplinkMember it seems remarkably sensible behaviour from a cat owner.. What? – forcing it to be a veggie? Posted 8 years ago WhathaveisaidnowMember I hate cats! SuBo, cat owner, nuf sed! I used to live somewhere where the owner had about 5 cats, 3 stuck down the cellar permanently!! Had to pretend to look after them when she went away! Then where I worked had 3 wondering about as well!! Posted 8 years ago zokesMember Prey/predator behaviour in nature shocker… What? – forcing it to be a veggie? There’s not much natural about a modern domestic cat’s interaction with its environs. We bred them to look cute and fluffy, surely we can breed them into a species slightly less damaging to the local wildlife? Posted 8 years ago Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) The topic ‘Next Doors Cats’ is closed to new replies.