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ladybirder | 13:41 Fri 04th Jun 2021 | Law
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that regularly comes into my garden to do its business and kill the birds, would I be in trouble with the law. The owner doesn't care.

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bizarrely, if the cat was a burglar he may sue you . . .
09:55 Sat 05th Jun 2021
Thanks Ed/Mod - but let's be precise - LB only meant the removed ads, not the posts from calmck.
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Just got back from walking my dog. Dave, has a calmck post been removed?
No. The cat is trespassing on your land, it should not be there. You would get the benefit of the doubt from the law.
ladybirder - I know of only one dog who actually killed a cat. It was either a Border or Norfolk Terrier and the cat was old and unable to fight back.

One of my dogs was a cat chaser for years - until he cornered a feral cat. The cat shredded his nose and muzzle. He whimpered when he saw a cat after that.

I know of a cat who got a GSD in the eye with a claw, it went right through at did some major damage and the dog died.

I am sure the cat will keep its distance, tormenting your dog is all that it wants. They are nasty little critters when they want.
No, LB - it was just the two posts from a spammer that you (and I) reported - removed by an Ed/Mod.

The removal did then leave the thread looking as though you might have been objecting to calmck's posts, hence my attempt at clarification.
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Thank you Dave.
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Wolf I think my little chap would die of fright if he actually got hold of her. The cat is a fighter, she bosses other cats in the area, likes everything her own way. He's not a fighter he just loves the chase.

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