Rebecca and cats
Here's Rebecca last night looking at the two sterilised community cats.
After the RC meeting, we went to walk around the carpark. When I had parked there earlier I had not seen any cats. Neither had Rebecca.
We also went to look at the car antennae of the different cars. Since the complainant was in the meeting, and this was the carpark he complained about, chances are that his car would be there. We did not see any 'spoilt' antennaes - all the cars that had them seemed to look perfectly fine. I am kind of wondering how a cat would spoil a car antennae as well - did they use their non-opposable thumbs to break it off? This must be a very dexterous cat! Or perhaps they have very strong teeth, able to bite through the antennae and break it.
Whatever it is, we're unlikely to know as the complainant did not seem willing to show us the car.
The complainant had kept saying that the number of cats in his estate was 'a lot'. When the caregiver pressed him as to how many, as she cared for the cats there and only saw three cats at most, he insisted that no one paid him to walk around and tell her. The other RC members shushed him.
He also insisted that there were more cats recently. The caregiver pointed out she had been living there for quite a while and that the number had in fact gone down as so many cats had been caught. The complainant then mentioned that the last TC officer was good - she had trapped cats whenever he complained, but this one did not.
In the end, the RC Chairperson agreed to let the caregiver know if there were problems. She asked the TC to do the same before trapping the cats.
One of the other RC members also whispered to me that she loved cats. She signalled to me that the complainant opposite hated them. She agreed to help the caregiver out.