Neighbour's cat (nuisance)
There are many forms of nuisance cat behaviours including, trespassing onto neighbouring properties, spraying, toileting, fighting, harassing or attacking owned animals.
What to do if your neighbour's cat becomes a nuisance
If your neighbour’s cat is a disturbance to you and your home, consider having a calm and respectful conversation with your neighbour. Alternatively, write a letter to your neighbour and place it in their letterbox. This is so that you can work together to find an effective solution.
If the problem persists contact us to discuss options for managing the nuisance behaviour.
For helpful tips and tools visit Dog and Cat Management Board.