Well, I'm a cat lover and even I have mixed feelings about this one. It seems that Pat M. has an issue with a bully cat that has wreaked havoc with the pet dog. According to the app, Nextdoor:

Neighborhood cat... IS THIS YOUR CAT???????This large long haired cat has been coming around for over a year and it attacked my little dog 2 times in the past week, it attacked her right outside the doggie door and last night it chased and attacked her when she was out going pottie..good thing I was standing by the open sliding door and yelled at it. Maybe whoever owns this beautiful bully cat will take care of it after paying to get it out of the shelter.

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There is nothing worse than someone else's pet coming to take over your yard. Poor Pat. Poor pup. Our pets should have free reign of OUR yards. A pet should NOT be afraid to spend time in their yard. Most neighbors had encouraging words for Pat. Others, not so much.

I hope that we can get this bully kitty back home where he/she belongs.

Please keep your eyes peeled for this feline. Let's get them home.

Credit: Pat M.-Nextdoor app

Do you recognize this furry monster? Do you know where he or she belongs?

It was just a few days ago that we heard about a person shooting cats with a bb-gun.

Please, folks. Keep your cats inside for their safety.

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