Fur on the car continued
I spoke to the caregiver in the estate just now where the complainant with the fur on the car stays. She is such a sweet woman that she said she would go down and look at the car and will spray paint it again if the cats really scratched on it. She said she would meet the man but predicted he would not turn up.
I emailed this to him and guess what? He said he is too busy to turn up because he works 6 days a week and has no time to meet the volunteer.
However he has agreed that he is not sure which cat scratched his car. He says he would be satisfied if that cat was removed, but he doesn't know which cat it is. Sigh. As such, Mr Magnanimous has agreed to drop the case! Still, he wants to know what is going to be done about his car. He says since he pays to park there, why should he park in a different slot? He says what is going to be done about the paw prints and fur on his car?
I wrote back to thank him for dropping the case, but pointed out that money was spent sterilising and looking after the cats - I asked who is going to pay the caregiver back for the cats that were caught. I also asked who is going to pay for the pest control deployed to catch the wrong cats.
I also pointed out this is a public carpark and if he doesn't want anything on his car that I was afraid he'd need to park somewhere else, as leaves, bird defecation and scratches from people might ruin his car.