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by Graham Edwards - 09:57 on 01 July 2017
We have had a lot a problems with a black cat that I don't think is a stray cat. It has been attacking one of our cats and has cost us a considerable amount of money at the vet. He even enters our house through the flap to attack our cat, breaking the flap on one occasion to get out.
He is only doing what is natural but I wonder if it's possible for the owner to fit a Colorado and bell on him to give our now frightened cat a chance to get away. The black cat is no trouble to our other cat, Felix's sister and never attacks her.
He also eats any cat food and sprays before leaving. A bell is the only thing I can think of that might help. His territory seems to be at the Caston end of Northacre. My neighbour saw the latest attack that required an operation and stitches at the vet.
While you can only hope the "black cat" owner reads this and responds you could fit a wireless controlled cat flap which only allows your cats entry by way of a collar that they need to wear. That would at least protect your house from unwanted entry and spraying.
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