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If a dog comes in your garden and kills your cat, is there anything you can do about it?

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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
If a dog comes in your garden and kills your cat, is there anything you can do about it?

This happen to a friend over the weekend and the police don't want to know and have said all they can do is give the owners of the dog a warning! What a joke. If a dog is capable of going into a private property and murdering a cat, what if it was a child? Any advice appreciated. Rep given...Oops. Likes given. Thanks.
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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banned#1
Salford is rough :p
#2
Wasnt Salford! Besides I live in a posh area! Get back on topic woman!
#3
I'm not sure, but personally I suppose that you can go around the garden and fix any holes in the fence so the dog can't get into your garden.
Maybe contact the RSPCA for advice, but I would assume the Police knew what they were saying with only being able to give a warning to the owner of the dog.
If it was your cat, I hope you're ok.
#4
Don't all local councils have a dog warden? Maybe they could give some advice - they would know about laws concerning dog control and nuisance I would think.
banned 1 Like #5
Can I borrow the dog so it can do in the local moggies that enjoy crapping in my garden?
#6
eat the cat
#7
Cats are evil, guardians of the underworld,they all need to die
#8
No, not my cat but my friend's daughter is very upset about losing their cat. Thats a good idea, I'll tell them to try and call the council...
banned#9
r u reli comparing a cat to a child lol
#10
Come on guys! Serious thread! Dead cat, evil devil dog on loose, upset child...Back on topic please!
#11
guv
Can I borrow the dog so it can do in the local moggies that enjoy crapping in my garden?


Do you have a zoo nearby? Any P00 from a big cat will deter ALL cats from your garden and it does work. Just around the perimeter, good fertiliser too.
banned#12
ei8hty5ive
Wasnt Salford! Besides I live in a posh area! Get back on topic woman!


Sorry for having a joke in misc!
#13
Johnrulez
r u reli comparing a cat to a child lol


No John, I'm not comparing a child to a cat, I'm saying this dog COULD have attacked a child. See difference? Thanks.
banned#14
intergeri

Do you have a zoo nearby? Any **** from a big cat will deter ALL cats from your garden and it does work. Just around the perimeter, good fertiliser too.


Oooh. Super.... Replace next doors kitty pooh with a Lions pooh. I dont want **** in my garden. I want cat owners to use litter trays and be resposible owners. Not too much to ask is it?

Edit: Wow Winnie the p o o h is considered obscene in this forum!
banned#15
guv
intergeri

Do you have a zoo nearby? Any **** from a big cat will deter ALL cats from your garden and it does work. Just around the perimeter, good fertiliser too.


Oooh. Super.... Replace next doors kitty pooh with a Lions pooh. I dont want **** in my garden. I want cat owners to use litter trays and be resposible owners. Not too much to ask is it?


Cat **** stinks in the house.

I would rather have it on the garden.
#16
ei8hty5ive
Come on guys! Serious thread! Dead cat, evil devil dog on loose, upset child...Back on topic please!


Oh this is a serious thread? In that case:

http://hubpages.com/hub/What-are-household-items-that-can-kill-you-dog-
banned#17
DLM


Cat **** stinks in the house.

I would rather have it on the garden.


Fine. Have the litter tray in YOUR garden.
banned#18
guv
DLM


Cat **** stinks in the house.

I would rather have it on the garden.



Fine. Have the litter tray in YOUR garden.


Would they use a litter tray in the garden.

Not sure :3
#19
Why are we talking about kitty c***? Help and advice would be nice!!
#20
guv
intergeri

Do you have a zoo nearby? Any **** from a big cat will deter ALL cats from your garden and it does work. Just around the perimeter, good fertiliser too.


Oooh. Super.... Replace next doors kitty pooh with a Lions pooh. I dont want **** in my garden. I want cat owners to use litter trays and be resposible owners. Not too much to ask is it?

Edit: Wow Winnie the p o o h is considered obscene in this forum!


You only have to do it once so is a few days of lion P00 worth yrs of freedom from cat P00?
banned 1 Like #21
ei8hty5ive
Why are we talking about kitty c***? Help and advice would be nice!!


The police know their job.

End of thread.
#22
DLM
ei8hty5ive
Wasnt Salford! Besides I live in a posh area! Get back on topic woman!


Sorry for having a joke in misc!


No it was once again you going off topic



OP couple of years ago our dog was viciously attacked by two rotties that had been left outside our village shop .............not tied up, just left. Anyway the police said that unless its another human thats been attacked there isnt anything that can be done other than a warning

Wrong I know, but thats what we were told. Karma played a hand a while later when one of the rotties attacked the owners wife quite viciously and the dog was destroyed.
banned#23
bossyboots
DLM
ei8hty5ive
Wasnt Salford! Besides I live in a posh area! Get back on topic woman!


Sorry for having a joke in misc!


No it was once again you going off topic


My oh my!X)
#24
DLM
ei8hty5ive
Why are we talking about kitty c***? Help and advice would be nice!!


The police know their job.

End of thread.


I'd like to disagree. The police have a lot of paperwork to do and tend to fob off the 'small' cases until it becomes a big case. So I don't go off their initial response.
banned#25
ei8hty5ive
DLM
ei8hty5ive
Why are we talking about kitty c***? Help and advice would be nice!!


The police know their job.

End of thread.


I'd like to disagree. The police have a lot of paperwork to do and tend to fob off the 'small' cases until it becomes a big case. So I don't go off their initial response.


Go to the council.
#26
ei8hty5ive
DLM
ei8hty5ive
Why are we talking about kitty c***? Help and advice would be nice!!


The police know their job.

End of thread.


I'd like to disagree. The police have a lot of paperwork to do and tend to fob off the 'small' cases until it becomes a big case. So I don't go off their initial response.


I agree. Its a horrible thing to have happened and to think that nothing is going to get done makes it so much worse
#27
dcx_badass
Kill the dog.


Then the'd get in trouble for animal cruelty?!? Can they have it put down though?
banned 1 Like #28
DLM
Would they use a litter tray in the garden.

Not sure :3


Probably not..... Most cat owners dont give a monkeys that their cat craps in their neighbours garden, then moan when Fido chases them.

Not sure what advice you need OP. This might be useful.

http://www.gamezero.com/team-0/comics/041895a.gif
#29
ei8hty5ive
dcx_badass
Kill the dog.


Then the'd get in trouble for animal cruelty?!? Can they have it put down though?


If the law is the same here in Scotland, then I doubt it. As I said earlier, they only take a serious view if a human has been attacked
#30
bossyboots
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ei8hty5ive
Wasnt Salford! Besides I live in a posh area! Get back on topic woman!


Sorry for having a joke in misc!


No it was once again you going off topic



OP couple of years ago our dog was viciously attacked by two rotties that had been left outside our village shop .............not tied up, just left. Anyway the police said that unless its another human thats been attacked there isnt anything that can be done other than a warning

Wrong I know, but thats what we were told. Karma played a hand a while later when one of the rotties attacked the owners wife quite viciously and the dog was destroyed.


Thanks for the info. I do think its wrong and they're calling RSPCA and local council tomorrow,,,
#31
ei8hty5ive
[quote=dcx_badass]Can they have it put down though?
For killing a cat? Of course not, it was just doing a natural thing. Should you terminate your cat when it brings a bird, mouse, frog etc. into your home?

How did the dog get in? Cos dogs dont tend to jump fences like a cat would.
#32
We had the same in our block of flats two years ago but when the cat owner called the RSPCA, they were told to report it to the police but wouldn't cos they the cat owners) weren't law abiding citizens so didn't want the police involved. Dog went on to kill another cat! Still nothing done. Sorry it's not helpful but I got the impression the police couldn't or wouldn't do anything unless it is a persistent offender.
#33
its unfortunate for friend but at end of the day they are both animals so nothing you can do its instict unless they have been domesticated with a cat in the family
#34
pinkleponkle
ei8hty5ive
[quote=dcx_badass]Can they have it put down though?

For killing a cat? Of course not, it was just doing a natural thing. Should you terminate your cat when it brings a bird, mouse, frog etc. into your home?

How did the dog get in? Cos dogs dont tend to jump fences like a cat would.


I understand your reasoning but I doubt a cat could go on to mauling a child (like this dog could potentially) but thanks for your input.

P.S. I think it snuck through the side gate.
banned#35
Give the dog a medal. We need more of these cat killers around.
#36
http://img30.imageshack.us/img30/3088/devillecatrug2008.jpg
#37
master_chief
Give the dog a medal. We need more of these cat killers around.


Guess you're a dog lover? Just a hunch...
banned#38
ei8hty5ive
master_chief
Give the dog a medal. We need more of these cat killers around.


Guess you're a dog lover? Just a hunch...


Hate pets of all kinds, cats being the worst of them all.
#39
I am actually quite scared of cats - terrified in fact - but would never want something like that to happen to one
#40
If I knew which dog it was and I was genuinely concerned that it was a danger to the public and other animals, I'd bait it, and shoot it through the skull with my crossbow. Wouldn't particularly enjoy it, but I utterly despise staffies (and it was a staffie, wasn't it?), and anything that dangerous and unrestrained needs to be dealt with since, yeah, it could well be an ickle baby next time.

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