I spoke with a caregiver today. Apparently she and some friends care for some community cats. She said there was someone she calls a "Complaint King" who complains about everything. He came up last night and was berating her friends again for feeding the cats. Before he left, he apparently told them to watch how long they could keep that up or something similar and rather threatening.
This morning her officer called to say there was a complaint. She suspected it might be the same complainant and she shared what happened to her friends with the officer. The officer was not surprised apparently and he apparently said that this was probably why the complaint had occurred. Apparently this man had also been complaining a lot to the town council. She asked the officer how many cats there were there and he did not know, nor did he know which cats were there (there are actually only two according to her). However he said that this man would keep complaining till they were removed and might speak to his superior. He asked her to please remove the cats at least for the time being.
The caregiver then spoke to the manager, who was the officer's superior to ask for his help. The manager also knew that this man was difficult and apparently he had even complained about the manager to the MP at one point! However he told the caregiver she must try and keep everyone happy and look after her cats well. She said that she had been but that this complainant was clearly unreasonable.
The caregiver said the cats were sterilised and were well managed - and she felt this man has always been unreasonable. However even though he is unreasonable (and she said she felt he was harassing the TC too), his complaint is still being dealt with. The caregiver was quite overcome with worry for the cats and cried on the phone as she didn't know what to do.