Feeder upstairs unhappy to be asked to stop feeding
The town council officer called about this case. It turns out the person feeding upstairs is unhappy and wants to meet up with the TC. The complainant told the feeder not to feed in the common corridor and the feeder claims she is NOT feeding in the common corridor but on her doorstep.
At the same time, the complainant is not a resident there, though the resident is also quite annoyed when I spoke with her.
So there are two problems here - the TC is handling complaints from non-residents. Assuming other people in the area are happy to let the cat up, then why should the non-resident complainant have a say?
On the other hand, it seems that she isn't the only unhappy one - and luring the cat up WILL cause problems. However the resident feeding doesn't see it that way - it's HER house and HER doorstep, so why can't she feed? She's not wrong - it's not illegal, but it DOES put the cat in danger.
TC has asked us to come along and speak with the resident feeding upstairs.