I don't think the owner will contact me! I rang her back and left a message after I got bitten, saying I have had enough of this. She could be in London as she's doing some sort of studying, her husband or other half stays here. It makes me wonder if they moved to a country area to get away from a lot of angry cat owners! They have another!
The doctor should have given me a tetanus jab, even the receptionist mentioned if I was up to date but I haven't had a tetanus jab since I don't remember when.
Horrible!! I can see that the holes must be deep! and it must really hurt badly poor thing! If the owner is away to London and her man only comes now and then then their cats are kind of half-abandoned it could be one of the valid arguments for RSPCA to come in action..it would also explain when they are malnourished.
It doesn't hurt much until I squat down and put pressure on it, then I know it's there for sure! It's quite possible they are not being fed properly, but when she was home and he was away for a month they were coming all the time, in fact that's when they started coming regularly although I had seen Doogle some time before as Winston was sat next to him growling by the front window one night, the fighting didn't start seriously until her man had gone although he had been in a serious fight not long before. She said it wasn't because he was away, they wandered anyway. She usually came home on the weekend, they have a horse and I think other animals. As it was getting dark tonight Doogle was under a Rhododendron under the Oak tree, I tried to scare him off using a rotten stick but it didn't work. I started back to the house, sudden realisation I had turned my back on him, eekkk, he followed to where I have a dish for the neighbour's cat but there was no food. I got a broom and pushed him and pushed him, it took a lot of pushes but eventually he went behind the garage and over the fence. Now every time I see him, he gets the broom treatment! Yes, he's hungry, but he's also the meanest cat I have ever come across!
If he bit you, he could bite someone else - a child, maybe.
You really should call the RSPCA.
I understand about thinking cats need to be out. But it really is safer for them to stay in. When I lived out in the country, I had 3 indoor/outdoor cats. Lost one to a dog, the next to a car, and rescued #3 from up a tree where a coyote had chased her. I kept her inside after we moved and she lived to be 17.
Yes I will be calling them if he comes back and I get my hands on him again. I will hold him so they can take him but if the police won't handle it then I can't do a lot. If the RSPCA are satisfied he's not being neglected they won't do anything either, if they tried to rehome him I doubt anyone would want him. If I can conquer the little rat that's about the best I can do, and that's a very difficult task but I'm more determined than he is.
I had a cat that lived to 19, most cats learn their territory but these cats from hell want to take all. I have a large garden for Winston to enjoy, if I kept him inside the other cats would take over and that's not a good solution.
I'm afraid Winston lives to enjoy his outdoors critter, between us we shall conquer. Today the Devil Doogle dared to come back late in the day, he ran when seen and went under the end of my car. I got my broom, when he saw me he went further under the car so I stuck the broom under the car. He went to the other side, I went around and he ran! It's the first time I have been able to make him run! The broom is my tool against evil!