Next doors cat killed a pigeon in my garden Watch

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I'm not sure what to do, the pigeon's pretty much slaughtered and there are feathers everywhere...would it be right if I went to my neighbour and told them to clean it up since it's their cat that's done it? I'm not trying to be petty but their cat is a right nuisance and I can't be asked keeping the garden clean and tidy for the cat to do whatever it wants in there.

It's a pretty nasty sight too...:rolleyes:
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Chuck it in the wheelie bin and the wind will deal with the feathers. Simple.
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Pigeons are lush , just cook it on a BBQ and eat it and then thank your neighbour afterwards.
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Cook it and eat it?

Pigeon tastes quite nice!
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Cook it and eat it?

Pigeon tastes quite nice!
Yeah, pigeons from the countryside...... Not the AID's ridden, syphilis dribbling, crack addicted, gammy leg city dwellers.
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PS. Grow a pair and stop whining
I know I probably should but it annoys me, like people who smash up your wing mirrors and you end up paying for it
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You call the council and they will come and remove it. I wouldn't touch it, could be diseased.
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I know I probably should but it annoys me, like people who smash up your wing mirrors and you end up paying for it
It's a bit different when it's an animal doing what it does naturally. If you want to stop it entering your garden there are plenty of deterrents you can use, but going round your neighbours and asking them to clear it up won't end well.
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Yeah, pigeons from the countryside...... Not the AID's ridden, syphilis dribbling, crack addicted, gammy leg city dwellers.
True, no harm in trying a bit though?

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This reminds me of 'Diary of a Killer Cat'
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Punch it? :dontknow:
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This reminds me of 'Diary of a Killer Cat'
Those books were awesome!
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Don't ask your neighbour to clean it up, that's the stupidest thing I've ever heard.
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Pick it up, knock on your neighbours door, ask for the cat then give it it's pigeon back. Poor cat is probably worried sick as to where he left it.
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My next door neighbour has a really annoying dog that wonders around everywhere, the other week it came in to our garden and ripped up a bin bag that was beside the bin (couldnt fit it in) and there was rubbish and bits of food all over our garden.

We knocked on the neighbours door but they didnt answer, rang the non -emergency police number just to see what could be done and they said it is a civil matter so there is nothing that can be done apart from talking to the neighbours.

In the end we cleare dit up as we didnt want rubbish and food going off laying around the garden so you'll probs just have to clean it up yourself im afraid!
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this happens in our garden some times. We usually just put the remains in a black bag. Dunno which cat did it, nor who actually owns these cats. I presume it's a cat, could be a psycho squirrel for all I know; by the time the remains are discovered the killer is usually long gone (or are they?)
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(Original post by Ozzy2257)
True, no harm in trying a bit though?

I dislike them so greatly that I would gladly cook one up to feed to the other crack head pigeons... But eat one myself...... Nah
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this happens in our garden some times. We usually just put the remains in a black bag. Dunno which cat did it, nor who actually owns these cats. I presume it's a cat, could be a psycho squirrel for all I know; by the time the remains are discovered the killer is usually long gone (or are they?)
Nah I opened the pantry door and it ran off...maybe it'll come and reclaim the pigeon :dontknow:
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Grab it by it's toe and dump it in the wheele bin.

That's what I do with the animal corpses my cats decide to leave.
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I'm not sure what to do, the pigeon's pretty much slaughtered
Go sing it a faateheh

and there are feathers everywhere...would it be right if I went to my neighbour and told them to clean it up since it's their cat that's done it? I'm not trying to be petty but their cat is a right nuisance and I can't be asked keeping the garden clean and tidy for the cat to do whatever it wants in there.

It's a pretty nasty sight too...:rolleyes:
I don't think your neighbour would be very cooperative if you demanded they clean up a dead bird's remains. At the end of the day the cat did what all cats do. If it were me I'd get a spade and get rid of it myself. Wear some gloves :console:
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